French Montana Selling Calabasas Home That Once Belonged to Selena Gomez for $5 Million — See Inside!
The rapper previously listed the 7,786-square-foot Mediterranean-style mansion for $6.6 million last year
French Montana is re-listing his California home.
Now listed with Jason Oppenheim and Mary Fitzgerald from The Oppenheim Group, the "Writing on the Wall" rapper, 36, is selling his Calabasas home for $4.99 million. He previously listed the home for $6.6 million last year.
Montana, whose real name is Karim Kharbouch, purchased the 7,786-square-foot Mediterranean-style mansion from Gomez, 27, in 2016 for $3.3 million — more than $1 million under her original asking price of $4.5 million.
Sitting on a three acre lot, the main home features five bedrooms, six baths and five fireplaces, as well as a guest house out back that was converted into a recording studio by Montana.
Filled with floor-to-ceiling windows, the main house also boasts a wine cellar, movie theater and two-story billiards room, as well as an impressive kitchen outfitted with two dishwashers, a chef's island and a breakfast nook.
The spacious primary suite is made for relaxation, featuring a spa-like bath and a steam shower as well as large walk-in closet and seating area. Meanwhile a detached guest house has its own living room, a full bathroom as well as a terrace with a cozy fireplace.
The home also has plenty to offer in terms of outdoor space with a pool and spa, cabana, courtyard, outdoor kitchen with a brick pizza oven and plenty of seating for dining al fresco.
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Montana reportedly made a number of upgrades to the house since purchasing it from the "Lose You to Love Me" singer.
In addition to creating the new recording studio — a renovation which cost $400,000, according to the Los Angeles Times — he also repainted the turquoise and purple walls left over from Gomez's time in the home.