Drake prepares to sell his $88m California mansion
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Drake prepares to sell his $88m California mansion

Drake is putting his Beverly Hills mansion up for sale for a second time after he failed to sell the property last year. The 25,000-square-foot home is currently on the market for $88 million. However, the Scorpion emcee bought it for $75 million in 2022.

The mansion was previously owned by Take That singer Robbie Williams, and according to Drake (real name Aubrey Graham), it is “perfectly suited for grand scale entertaining and showcasing world-class art collections.” 

The listing describes the property and breaks down its amenities, explaining, “The main house features seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, library, and two family rooms – one of which doubles as a professional screening room.”

The mansion has separate quarters for staff and is described as an estate. The in-depth description of the refurbished Beverly Hills mansion reads, “The latest and greatest amenities including a garage for 11 cars, an elevator, wine cellar, gym, and game room. A pool/guest house with a mosaic-tiled pool and indoor/outdoor kitchen, as well as a hidden tennis court and orchard, complete this estate.”

After this California property, Drake will be left with his Houston mansion and Toronto estate, where a security guard was recently shot. Fans are speculating whether it concerns Drake’s Kendrick Lamar beef. 

Concerning Houston, many fans were shocked he chose the Texan city as opposed to a star-studded city such as Miami. During a 2023 show he performed in H-Town, Graham told the crowd, “I want to tell you something – I’m excited I get to share this with night two — I had to make it official first. I’ve been looking for a long time trying to figure out, you know, the right place for me to live, where I belong outside of Toronto.” 

So far, nobody has proposed an offer for the Beverly Hills property. Kanye West is also struggling to sell a property in Los Angeles. However, his remains derelict after a failed refurbishment.