Madonna’s former luxurious French country Beverly Hills estate went on the market for $35 million. The Agency founder Mauricio Umansky will hold the illustrious listing. Although Madonna no longer resides in this amazing home, it will always be where she once dwelled.
The “Queen of Pop” originally purchased the home from Sisters actress Sela Ward for $12 million in 2003, making the mansion Madonna’s own private entertainment nirvana. The tree-lined driveway leads to the lavish 12,100 square-foot residence, located on Sunset Boulevard, which spans across 1.1 acres and features eight bedrooms, 14 baths, a main house, two detached guest houses, and a beautiful sparking pool.
The estate also contains a full automated smart home with two designer kitchens, seven fireplaces, a full bar, a 15-seat home theater and four additional surround-sound TV viewing areas. The mansion is quite spacious with its 60-foot-long resort pool and spa, tennis court, fitness center, and staff quarters. The main kitchen features vaulted ceilings with magnificent crystal chandeliers, marble countertops, custom cabinets, and high-end appliances.
Madonna’s former estate offers an indoor-outdoor ambiance via French doors, and the dining rooms open to a large patio near the pool with views of palm trees. The living spaces are topped with either beamed ceilings or vaulted ceilings and skylights. The large bedroom and master bathroom suites also feature the attractive French doors, terraces and skylights.
Forbes reports Madonna sold the home for $19.5 million in 2013, after a productive period, including a headlining Super Bowl performance and her successful MDNA Tour. Russell Weiner, billionaire founder of Rockstar energy drink and son of conservative radio host Michael Savage, purchased the home and began remodeling.
Despite the celebrity appearances in the home and extensive remodeling, the estate has yet to reach its desired listing price. According to The Observer, the residence continued to be listed multiple times in recent years, from $28.5 million in 2013 to a high of $49 million in July of 2017.