The rapper has a long list of potential buyers looking to splash out on the YOLO Estate in Hidden Hills.
Drake has put his famous YOLO Estate, a luxurious three-acre playground for the rich and famous in the Californian Hidden Hills gated community, up for sale.
The rapper is asking for $14.5 million for the main residence on the estate, an English Tudor-style mansion with six fireplaces, a wine cellar, tasting room and a 25-seat home theatre.
The neighbourhood first caught the OVO head honcho’s eye in 2009 when he saw the property listed for $27 million, but some shrewd business on his part saw him secure it for just $7.7 million from former owner Larry Pollack of Saddle Ranch Chop Houses.
But it looks like Drake has thrown his last bachelor party at the YOLO Estate, as reports claim that none other than Britney Spears is one party interested in taking it off his hands.
TMZ reports the YOLO Estate was flooded with between 20 to 30 potential buyers on Tuesday this week, two of which happened to be Britney and her fiancé Sam Asghari.
Reports claim that Britney was asking Drake for a package deal of the estate plus two neighbouring properties for a total sum of $22.5 million.
The Toronto rapper has been building his real estate empire over the last decade and spends a lot of time at his $100 million custom-built mansion in his hometown, but recently bought a new $70 million mansion in Beverly Crest.
The property formally belonged to English singer-songwriter Robbie Williams and spans 20,000 square feet on more than 20 acres. According to the Los Angeles Times, no other home on the market in the 90210 ZIP Code even comes close to that much land.
Situated in the illustrious Benedict Canyon, Drake’s new mansion was built by LA architecture firm KAA Design Group and has a dramatic Tuscan style with pillars and stone touching up the ivy-covered exterior.