Stevie Wonder paid $ 13.9 million for the 20,000-square-foot Tuscan-style mansion, located on a cul-de-sac in Bel Air, California.
Singer Stevie Wonder gave himself a great Christmas present. This gift is located in Bel Air, California, and cost $ 13.9 million.
Wonder has visited this area of the State on several occasions, at that time he was renting a large mansion that was right next to that of chef Gordon Ramsay , now he has his property owned in the exclusive Bel Air.
This property was purchased from Prince Mohammed bin Faisal bin Saud Al Saud , who was heir to Saudi Arabia from 2005-2011. He and his wife lived there for a short time, so it was put up for rent for $ 75,000 a month.
The prince made this purchase in 2012, at which time he paid $ 13.3 million.
The new mansion Stevie Wonder covers an area of 20,000 square feet spread over 11 rooms, 15 bathrooms, hall, kitchen, living room, office, elevator, wine cellar with 2,550 bottles capacity and more. From several of the places in the house you have a panoramic view of the canyons and mountains of the town.
The style of the property is Tuscan and it is located in a very private cul-de-sac, before they can see the facade the first thing visitors come across are imposing iron gates.
Wonder and his wife will have an outdoor terrace, pool, spa area and green areas at their disposal, ideal for the enjoyment of their owners and guests.
The musician has an enviable portfolio of properties including areas such as the San Fernando Valley, the Hollywood Hills, and an estate in Alpine, NJ.