Drake’s party resort, the ‘Yolo Estate’ sells for $12 million


Drake just completed his third and final home sale in Hidden Hills. Months after selling a pair of ranches to Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford, the rapper just offloaded the resort’s crown jewel for $12 million.

The hip-hop star saved the best for last, as the residence known as “Yolo Estate” is by far the most impressive of the three homes. He bought the Tudor-style house a decade ago for $7.7million and turned it into a full-fledged party resort complete with a mechanical bull, sand volleyball court and custom pool with an 80-foot waterslide and a secret cave with TVs and a bar.

The house also has a lot to offer. Reached by a stone bridge, the two-story venue is adorned with custom chandeliers, stone fireplaces, and amenities such as a bar, wine cellar, tasting room, recording studio, and dining room. Movie room.

Elsewhere, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, including a 2,000-square-foot master suite hidden behind a shelf.

The grounds span three landscaped acres, adding a tennis court, entertainer patio, deck, and equestrian facilities such as a stable and riding arena.

Branden and Rayni Williams of Beverly Hills Estates held the list. Lisa Moriarty of Rodeo Realty represented the buyer, who remains unidentified.

Drake, whose full name is Aubrey Drake Graham, has released seven studio albums since 2010, including the surprise release of “Honestly, Nevermind,” which dropped this month. He sold more than 170 million records en route to four Grammy Awards and also founded Toronto label OVO Sound in 2012.

He sold all three homes after moving to Beverly Crest earlier this year, spending $75million on a 20,000-square-foot, 20-acre home owned by English singer-songwriter Robbie Williams, the newspaper previously reported. Times.


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