It’s been a few years since Madonna – the original Queen of pop – has called America her primary residence, but back in 2013, when she did, the music mogul did it in style.
Madonna's former Beverly Hills mansion, set in the star-studded hills of Sunset Boulevard, was put on the market for a whopping $35 million in 2018.
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The 12,100 square-foot estate sits on a 1.14-acre private lot and features nine bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a two-story dining room, a full-sized bar, tennis court and a 60-foot long pool.
The home also boasts not one, but two guest houses on its premises, not to mention a cinema-quality 15-seat home theater and seven working fireplaces throughout the property.
Inside, the property has undergone major renovation, with contemporary handmade, custom-milled cabinetry, marble countertops, new hardwood floors, state-of-the-art surround-sound system, a full bar, a fully-fitted designer kitchen (with impressive chandeliers) and a high-end fitness center.
Simon Cowell, also a music maverick, is reported to live nearby.
Nowadays, the Material Girl has a envious portfolio of luxury homes all over the world. Among them is an expansive townhouse in New York City’s Upper East Side, a historic 18th-century estate just outside of Lisbon, and a 10-bedroom Georgian home in an exclusive area of London's Marylebone.
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Mauricio Umansky, founder and CEO of The Agency, Beverly Hills, is the listing agent.
Special thanks to TopTenRealEstateDeals for letting us share this property.
Where does Madonna live?
Madonna lives near Lisbon, Portugal, with her six children – Lourdes, Rocco, David, Mercy and twins Estere and Stella. Her beautiful, 18th Century, 16,146 square foot home is within the historic Quinta do Relógio estate in the beautiful hilltop village of Sintra, which is around 30 minutes outside of Lisbon by car – or limo. Madonna's house is in Moorish revival style and has four bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
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