Lifestyle Home Madonna's Former Hollywood Hills Home Lists for $21 Million — See Inside! The "Material Girl" singer bought the 1920s Spanish-style estate in 1993 for approximately $5 million and sold it in 1996 By Alexis Jones Alexis Jones Alexis Jones is a writer-reporter at PEOPLE. She has been working at PEOPLE since 2022. Her work has previously appeared on Daily Bruin. People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 16, 2023 12:18 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty; JIM BARTSCH/CAROLWOOD ESTATES Madonna's former Hollywood Hills home is up for sale. Known as Castillo del Lago, the "Material Girl" singer bought the 1920s Spanish-style estate in 1993 for approximately $5 million and sold it three years later, according to a memoir written by her brother Christopher Ciccone, per The Wall Street Journal. Records show that fashion designer Leon Max is the current owner, who has listed the nine-bedroom, six-bath property for $21 million with Linda May of Linda May Properties and Brett Lawyer of Carolwood Estates. JIM BARTSCH/CAROLWOOD ESTATES Designed by John DeLario circa 1926 and totaling 10,513 square feet, a winding road leads to the private gates of the tucked-away three-acre ridgetop home, which houses 360-degree views of the Hollywood sign and Lake Hollywood. A walkthrough of the foyer showcases the spiral-staircase tower connecting the mansion's multiple levels in addition to a vintage wood-paneled elevator. JIM BARTSCH/CAROLWOOD ESTATES Among the home's Spanish-style features are its archways and terracotta flooring with vibrant period tiles, all featuring hand-painted artistry. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. JIM BARTSCH/CAROLWOOD ESTATES See Inside L.A. Home Formerly Owned by Rihanna, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend on the Market for $16.5M Coffered ceilings with exposed wood-beamed ceilings and custom wrought iron also characterize the hillside property. JIM BARTSCH/CAROLWOOD ESTATES Above the spacious formal dining room is a honeycomb-designed ceiling, which is close by the period-style chef's kitchen featuring a center island and additional prep areas. The mansion also houses a loggia that opens to a central courtyard with towering palm trees, a fountain and a fireplace to dine outdoors. JIM BARTSCH/CAROLWOOD ESTATES David Ortiz Lists Miami Mansion for $12.5 Million In addition to grand fireplaces, the home includes a wood-paneled library with custom shelving and a two-story formal living room. Decorated with stenciled wood beams, the formal living room in particular houses French doors that open to the expansive terrace with a lake vista. JIM BARTSCH/CAROLWOOD ESTATES In the primary suite wing, there are sitting areas and double baths with intricate tile designs as well as a signature tower with long seating and more 360-degree views. Three additional guest bedroom suites all feature iconic Los Angeles backdrops, according to the listing. The mansion also offers a variety of bonus spaces, including an office, media room and refrigerated wine room. JIM BARTSCH/CAROLWOOD ESTATES Among the sprawling outdoor grounds are an oasis with a lap pool and expansive surrounding lawns home to rose gardens, sculpted hedges and citrus and mature specimen trees. There's also a motor court, a two-car garage, a private gym with a large terrace and two rooms with a kitchen for in-house staff.