Inside Lady Gaga’s $22.5M Malibu Mansion
With the recent release of A Star Is Born, it is only fitting that we get a sneak peek inside Lady Gaga’s spacious 10,270-square-foot seaside home where she signed the deal with director Bradley Cooper for her first leading role. The two met at a benefit event in 2016, and he knew right then he wanted her to be his leading lady. The following day, Bradley met Gaga at her gorgeous estate and they sealed the deal with spaghetti and meatballs in her kitchen, according to Vogue.
Click through to take a tour of this breathtaking home where A Star Is Born all began!
Lady Gaga bought the three-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in September 2014.
The rustic kitchen, adorned with a brass vent hood, wicker chairs and exposed beams, was featured in her documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two.
The living and dining room is both glamorous and beachy with the crystal chandelier, linen seating and rustic wood beams.
The double French doors add a European touch to this serene seating area.
The delicate drapes, double fireplace and vintage sconces give the principal bedroom sophisticated elegance. The ocean views only add to the luxury.
Sitting out on the private terrace must never get old when you have panoramic ocean views of Zuma Beach.
A celebrity estate wouldn’t be complete without a bowling alley, especially when it is only accessible through a secret passageway.
The expansive property comes with an infinity saltwater pool and a jacuzzi.
The scenic home, which she calls her “gypsy palace,” sits on six acres of land.
There is plenty of outdoor seating in Gaga’s home that either overlooks the rose garden, mountains or ocean…
…like this quiet enclave with an outdoor fireplace, wooden benches and colorful throw pillows.
Gaga even has stables, riding trails, grazing pastures and more for her horse, Arabella.
Plus, there are four grass-fed pens inside the spacious barn.