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Drake Forks Up $75 Million For Robbie Williams' Massive 10 Bedroom Beverly Hills Mansion

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Mar. 19 2022, Published 12:15 p.m. ET

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"Beverly hills, that's where I wanna be."

Canadian rapper Drake reportedly paid $75 million for Robbie Williams' massive Beverly Hills mansion as the former "Take That" singer looks to make a profit of up to $32 million in the sell.

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The enormous property is a 10-bedroom estate spread across three acres of land in Beverly Hills. Williams reportedly sold the property to the hip hop star in an off-market deal with details surrounding the purchase set to be disclosed when the deal is officially completed.

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The 25,000 square foot estate home has 10 bedrooms and 22 bathrooms. The amenities included in the purchase include an eleven car sized garage, a wine cellar, a game room, a gym, a private screening room, a tennis court, two massive yards, an outdoor kitchen and an Olympic sized mosaic tiled pool. Everything a rapper worth $150 million could ask for.

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Williams was originally looking to sell the estate for $85 million, but was still able to make a profit selling it for $75 million since he had originally purchased the property from Guess co-founder Armand Marciano for $32 million back in 2015.

The "Talk That" star shared the massive home with his wife, actress Ayda Field, and their four kids.

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Williams also found another buyer to sell his 80-acre Wiltshire home in England, which he had originally bought back in 2009. He failed to make a profit on that property selling, it for $6.75 million when he had originally bought it for $ 8.1 million, but the singer was reportedly happy that the incoming purchaser would "enjoy [the home] as much as we have."

The multiple sells are part of a reported "reshuffling" of the singer's many properties.