Hip hop superstar Drake has had an eventful couple of months, and quite a few of the recent shenanigans involve his Los Angeles mansion. Known as the Yolo mansion, the 13,000-square-foot premises is located in Hidden Hills area – a gated community next to Calabasas, another area known for famous residents like the Kardashians.
The mansion was built in 1974 in the English Tudor style, and features beamed ceilings, a wood-paneled library and four fireplaces with stone surrounds. These period features aren’t all that comes with this sprawling estate. The Yolo mansion also boasts six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a 25-seat theater, a game room, a spa/massage room and a massive wine cellar complete with separate tasting room – and that’s just the inside. The property’s grounds include an 80-foot-long rock waterslide, a stone-lined pavilion surrounds the tennis/basketball court, a beach volleyball court and an Olympic-size swimming pool with a man-made grotto that comes with mountain views.
According to records, Drake bought the house for $7.7 million from Saddle Ranch owner Larry Pollack in mid-2012. What might seem like a massive million dollar price tag is reportedly a bargain, as the former owner had previously listed the home for $27 million in 2009. Recently, the price of Drake’s home has been the subject of news reports as the property was suddenly put on the market in January 2017 only for the listing to be taken down shortly after.
The listing first appeared on the Zillow website, with a $9.5 million price tag. Los Angeles broker Alexei Pavlov then claims he reached out to the contact provided offering to market the property and ended up agreeing to a value of almost $19.9 million. Pavlov claims that he then sent a listing agreement to the person he spoke to, and the document was returned signed by Aubrey Drake Graham, which is the rapper’s full name.
During this time, Pavlov claims to have posted the listing by accident which then spread all over the internet. Reports say that, following the increased interest, attempts to reach out to the listed point of contact proved abortive. Though the person identified themselves as Drake’s manager, they hung up once asked for further details and the listing has since been removed. Neither Pavlov nor others have been able to contact this mysterious character ever since. Pavlov now claims to be investigating the issue and has since said that he strongly suspects that the listing was a hoax attempt against Drake.
As if the listing debacle wasn’t enough, more recently, Drake’s home has been the target of an unconventional burglary. According to reports, a member of Drake’s team discovered a 24-year-old woman in one of the bedrooms, wearing one of Drake’s hoodies at 10:30 PM on April 3.
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