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Inside Britney Spears’ New Luxury Mansion in Hidden Hills

Britney Spears' Hidden Hills Luxury Mansion
Britney Spears’ Hidden Hills Luxury Mansion

Pop singer Britney Spears, who already lives in a $8.9 million property in the exclusive Calabasas area of Los Angeles has bought a new luxurious mansion quite close to her current location. The new $20 million home is located in the extremely private Hidden Hills community. The Hold It Against Me singer’s new spread is Tudor-style mansion and provides over 20,000 square feet, and three acres, of awesomeness. The pad has 13 bathrooms, 10 bedrooms, a huge ballroom, a game room complete with air hockey table, pin ball machines and arcade games, a tennis court, swimming pool, multiple hot tubs, caves and waterfalls.

The seller of Miss Spears new compound is construction mogul Ron Tutor who recently got into showbiz with a $660 million deal to acquire Miramax Films from the Walt Disney Company. Mister Tutor is well known among Los Angeles real estate followers and in September of 2008 the business baron made headlines when he dropped a heart-stopping $32.2 million to purchase a not yet completed 27,000 square foot mega-mansion with 18 poopers in the unashamedly ostentatious guard-gated Beverly Park community tucked into the mountains high above Beverly Hills.

The village-like area is completely gated and private with its own Starbucks, supermarket and restaurants which will keep Britney and her family away from prying eyes. The pop princess’ new home is in the same community where superstars like Jennifer Lopez, the Osbournes and the Kardashians have all owned homes.

Despite her troubled past, bad marriage and wild partying days, Britney Spears is still a money making machine. With sales from her recent album and concert tour, Spears was listed in third place on the Forbes magazine women-in-entertainment list.

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