DRAKE is testing the waters of Beverly Hills with his new, seven-bedroom, $ 65 million mansion vacation rental.
The chic residence, nicknamed “Elementi”, sits on a ridge in the upscale Trousdale Estates neighborhood.
And the rapper is paying the price, with an estimated monthly rent of $ 215,000 for the 18,000 square foot property.
The house has undergone a complete rebuild over the past six years and returned to the market in April for a price of $ 65 million this year, a far cry from its last sale in 2014 for $ 15 million.
The house was marketed as ‘natural’ for its earth tone finishes and the inclusion of elements from nature in the design.
The main feature is the moat surrounding the structure, which is fed by a waterfall that winds through the dining area and fills in a pool in the courtyard.
A 150-year-old olive tree imported from Italy also grows in the yard, requiring the planting of a crane and a team of 15 people.
The lobby is equally stunning, with a glass bridge crossing leading to a foyer featuring “views from the plane,” according to the home’s listing.
Other features include the cinema room, which is entered via a magnificent plastered Venetian spiral staircase.
With seven bedrooms, each guest can have two bathrooms on their own.
The whole house is enhanced with marble decorations, including the main room, which the architects say was inspired by the “rhythmic keys of a piano”.
The included furniture comes from the Italian luxury brand Minotti.
Meanwhile, the main kitchen features Gaggenau appliances, Dada cabinetry, and a 14-foot marble island in the middle.
The Butler has his own kitchen with a separate entrance and has a 16-burner Viking stove.
The home is not without its own hot tub, which sits on a 400 foot outdoor patio.
While Drake’s appreciation for expensive homes is well known from his vast estate in Hidden Hills, sources told Dirt that he was only staying in Elementi temporarily and was not interested in the purchase. of the property.
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