Justin Bieber Now Renting Ksh13 Million a Month Exclusive Mansion in London

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has reportedly swapped the palm tree lined streets of sunny Los Angeles for the rain drenched hedges of an exclusive north London street.

The 22-year-old pop star is no stranger to renting pricey properties, but his latest sprawling digs are believed to be setting him back £108,333 a month – almost £1.3 million a year.

The 24,000 sq ft property, which was built in 1910 and has undergone a series of renovations of renovations, boasts a bathroom made from 12 types of Italian marble.

It also boasts an outdoor pool, spa, tennis court and wine cellar.

He’s already been spotted enjoying himself at an Essex boozer where he was snapped tucking into a home-cooked meal and drinking a pint of milk instead of beer.

He was also seen partying at trendy nightclub Tape with World Cup winner Mesut Ozil over the weekend.

The north London street is home to foreign diplomats and members of the aristocracy.

Aree Rand, a partner at Knight Frank, told the Daily Mail : “This is one of the capital’s most luxurious homes and offers state-of-the-art facilities including an indoor and outdoor pool, a spa, tennis court, home cinema and wine cellar.

“Roads such as this continue to hold massive appeal amongst the rich and the famous, and this is one of the few areas in London to offer larger properties with huge, secluded gardens.

“The house also offers complete privacy, something essential for someone of Justin’s pop star standing.”

A builder who saw him at the property said the pop star was on his own and all he said was “no photos” to fans.

Mirror Celebs has contacted a spokesperson for Justin for comment.


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