It’s not exactly the setting where you can imagine lots of giggly, ditzy teenage girls hanging out to get a glimpse of their idol.
But The Bishops Avenue in Hampstead, London, commonly known as Billionaire’s Row, is where 22-year-old Justin Bieber is going to be living when he’s in England.
The star has leased this huge mansion through Glentree, and the Daily Mail reports he will be paying £108,000 (NZ$132,000) a month for the privilege. He is reported to be planning to split his time between London and California.
Bieber will have no problem entertaining his mates in this house– it’s enormous. It covers 2229 square metres, has six reception rooms and 15 bedrooms.
The house was built by a British sugar tycoon in 1910 and was sold last year to an anonymous buyer for $30.7m, which was a quarter of its original asking price.
The house sits on more than 10,000 square metres, and comes with a tennis court, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a home cinema, steam room with sauna and a wine cellar. And you don’t have to worry about parking when you come to visit – the driveway can accommodate 50 cars.
A recent report by global real estate consultancy Knight Frank said that more wealthy homeowners in London are opting to rent out their homes on the back of a double dose of sales tax hikes and uncertainty over Brexit.