Pop superstar Lady Gaga has recorded a real estate sale to the model and actress Lizzie Jagger, Dirt reports. The Los Angeles mansion changed hands in a hush-hush deal for $6.45 million.
According to Realtor.com®, the Hollywood Hills residence sold in August. The singer had picked up the property back in 2016 for $5.25 million.
The rock star palace had been the longtime home of a fellow rock legend, Frank Zappa, who bought the Tudor-style structure in 1968 for $74,000, according to property records. Yes, you’re reading that number right.
Although Zappa died in 1993, the home stayed with the eccentric composer’s family until Gaga bought it five years ago.
The mansion may have struck a chord with the “Born This Way” performer, who apparently recorded her 2020 “Chromatica” album there.
The place is pretty much a performer’s paradise. It includes two recording spaces, one of which Zappa named the “Utility Muffin Research Kitchen.”
In addition, the quirky space was said to have housed the Zappa “vault,” a secret collection of music, film recordings, and family archives, Los Angeles magazine reported.
Given that the home sale took place off the market, the photos we have of the home are from the Zappa era. It’s not clear how much the “House of Gucci” star (whose given name is Stefani Germanotta) changed over her six years in the storied space.
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Gaga may or may not have put her stamp on the place, but the 6,700-square-foot residence is quite a sight to behold.
Built in 1939, the six-bedroom home was billed as the “ultimate artist’s retreat” in 2016.
The property features a rooftop tennis court, two guest cottages, an attached guest apartment, and a pool.
Unique features throughout…