​Sold: Lady Gaga purchases a $22.5 million California estate

Lady Gaga has purchased a $22.5 million California home, steps away from Malibu’s Zuma Beach.

The stately manor was previously owned by Dan Romanelli, founder of the consumer goods division at Warner Brothers that’s responsible for the Batman line of toys.

Sprawling across 6 acres, the estate has a host of luxe amenities, from its full-service kitchen with granite countertops to its 1960s-inspired bowling alley and arcade.

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The home’s exterior is beautifully landscaped and overlooks unobstructed views of the waterfront, while its backyard houses a bocce court, full-size pool and perfectly manicured green space.


Each room is designed to reflect a French Country aesthetic, with weathered wood panelling throughout and cellar door knocker-pulls used as hardware on cupboards and cabinets.

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In addition to the visual splendour that this house provides, it also houses secrets. The 800-bottle wine cellar, two-lane bowling alley, arcade and home theatre are all accessible via a “secret door” in the living room.

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