In February, Drake turned heads when he dropped more than $70 million on a trophy home in Beverly Crest. He bought the ranch right next to it for $2.85 million in 2015, and three years later, he bought another neighboring ranch for $4.5 million, creating a triple-lot estate that spans 6.5 acres. Rustic on the outside with Tudor-style flourishes, the home opens to 12,500 square feet of dramatic spaces with seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, six fireplaces, a wine cellar, tasting room, bar, recording studio and movie theater. Hidden behind a bookshelf, the primary suite alone covers 2,000 square feet and tacks on two marble tubs.
Statues line a custom swimming pool complete with cascading waterfalls and an 80-foot rock waterslide. Other highlights include a tennis court, sand volleyball court, mechanical bull and equestrian amenities such as a horse stable and riding ring.
On its own, the property is listed at $14.8 million. Both are a bit more relaxed than Drake’s main mansion; the larger one comes with an 800-square-foot guesthouse, and the smaller one comes with two acres of land dotted with pines, sycamore, pomegranate, citrus and pepper trees. He’s sold more than 170 million records en route to four Grammy Awards and also founded the Toronto record label OVO Sound in 2012.