Lady Gaga is now a first-time California homeowner joining other Hollywood millionaires in showing the world just how much luxury and glamour the Los Angeles Real Estate has to offer.
American pop singer and songwriter grew up in New York City and now, at the age of 28, she is heading to sunny California where she has purchased her first home, an European-style house built in 2005. Gaga purchased a large compound that sits on a 6-acre of Malibu estate across from Malibu’s Zuma Beach.
Living spaces include five bedrooms and twelve bathrooms, all quite luxuriously appointed, the property is extremely lavish with an elevator, gym a 800-bottle wine cellar, home theater, bar and a two-lane bowling alley all accessible by a secret door from the living room. The grounds come with a saltwater pool, an eight-horse stable with a dressage ring, a guest cottage, and a bocce ball court.
The beachfront house was designed by architect Steve Giannetti, and tastefully and timelessly decorated by interior designer Madeline Stuart, both taking inspiration from traditional homes in the South of France. We are looking forward to see what Gaga has in store for the interior design of this property but as it stands now, the house is full of lovely classic contemporary furniture with rich and large architectural details, like the floors in vintage limestone pavers and planks of textured French oak covering the ceiling.
An eccentric and quirky part of the house, we bet it was Gaga favorite room in the house, is the so-called ‘Batcave’. The previous owner was the founder of the consumer products division at Warner Bros., he’s behind the toys and apparel linked to the “Batman” movies and inspired by the superhero’s hideout, this space (which can be accessed through a secret passage in the living room) was created and equipped with an authentic 1960s bowling alley and two basketball free-throw machines. We have to say by the looks of the space it is kind of cool.