Inside Justin Bieber’s Most Expensive Homes
We might not want to be Justin Bieber’s neighbor, but if we had the option to live like he does, we’d jump at the chance. Since exploding onto the pop scene with his trademark bowl-style haircut in 2009, the pop singer has enlisted millions of Beliebers around the world who faithfully follow, and buy, everything the Biebs does and sells.
As a result, he has amassed an enormous amount of money, which allows him to buy some seriously impressive — and sometimes quite puzzling — properties.
While the Biebs seems to have settled down with his new wife, Hailey Baldwin, the pop star has lived in some interesting homes. From a house that looks like a salad spinner to a home that is considered one of Hollywood’s most infamous party houses, take a look at the homes Bieber has rented and owned.
Welcome to the 'Salad Spinner' House
Contrary to some popular tweets, Bieber never owned this postmodern, salad spinner-like home in Beverly Hills.
However, he did rent the place for two months in 2015. Those two months were excessively expensive, reportedly for a total of about $118,000. No big deal.
We’re not sure which publication first called this 2009-built house a "salad spinner," but rarely is such a coinage so apt.
It's a Party Mansion
The 7,500 square-foot house will keep your leafy greens crisp and your landlord’s wallet fat.
The house used to be up for rent at $59,000 a month. It last sold for $10.5 million in 2014 and seems to be available for rent from time to time.
With such a price tag, it’s no surprise that its renters were mainly the young and rich looking to rent the place for a little while.
This Is the Entrance
Bieber only lived here for a (very expensive) cup of coffee because the massive walls of glass caused privacy issues.
It’s not exactly a private palace. You can see straight into the house from the street, although it is located on a cul-de-sac.
The Architect Is From Malibu
Malibu architect Ed Niles designed this home in 2009 for developer Raffi Cohen, who promptly dropped the house after getting married.
According to Curbed, the house wasn’t even complete when it first went on the market. Cohen initially commissioned it as a kind of bachelor pad but then had second thoughts when he tied the knot.
The house sold for $9 million in 2011.
Made of Glass and Steel
The home is made with several hundred tons of steel and custom-cut glass and took about five years to construct.
The sharp and radical design is a trademark of Niles. One of his homes recently sold for $4.2 million. Depending on whom you ask, these houses are awesome or awfully municipal-like.
They’re certainly a good conversation starter, if you ever feel the need to live in a conversation starter.
It’s Everyday, Bro
After selling for $10.5 million in March 2014, the house briefly appeared on the market for $15 million but didn’t sell.
It can be seen in Jake Paul’s music video, "It’s Everyday, Bro," which you can view on YouTube (muting recommended).
There Are Some Nice Details
Underneath that open floor-plan ceiling, the house boasts six bedrooms and five bathrooms, a six-car garage, multiple fireplaces, an elevator and security system.
The Location Is Pretty Respectable
This house is located in the hills of Beverly Hills and sticks out like a biotech building among the surrounding, regular-looking residential properties.
It’s close to Coldwater Canyon.
Check Out the Views
There are some spectacular views of downtown Los Angeles, visible from the inner courtyard, which is decorated with some futuristic, polygonal-shaped furniture.
Bieber would have been about 21 years old when he rented this house for 90 days.
Now Here's the Pool
The house has some wonderful indoor/outdoor living, with direct access to a long and large infinity pool.
This house looks somewhat similar to Pharrell Williams’ $17 million community-college-like house, also located in Beverly Hills.
Different architects, though.
Khloe Kardashian and the Egging Incident House
This is one of the more interesting houses that Bieber has owned.
It's not because the home itself is full of intrigue, but because of the events that occurred while the Biebs lived here from 2012 to 2014.
Now, Khloe Kardashian is connected to the house (more on that later).
Bieber bought this house in Calabasas, California, from Eddie Murphy’s ex-wife, Nicole, for $6.5 million in 2012.
It was a year when "As Long As You Love Me" peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 100, and the album "Believe" was on its way to hitting platinum status.
The Biebs was having a good year, but he didn’t love his neighbors. And his neighbors didn’t love him.
Terrorizing the Neighborhood
According to a lawsuit filed in early 2015, neighbors Jeffery and Suzanne Schwartz claimed they suffered emotional harm from the pop singer, alleging that Bieber "spit in Jeffrey Schwartz’s face and terrorized the family with loud parties, drug use and aggressive driving while living in a gated community," The Guardian reported.
That lawsuit, which sought $25,000 in damages, was on top of a previous lawsuit filed by the same neighbors for an egging incident that took place in 2014.
The Schwartzs alleged that Bieber and pals rained vengeance, in the form of eggs, upon their house.
The eggs splattered against "custom wood and other expensive features," resulting in thousands of dollars in damages, reported The Guardian.
The Great Calabasas Egg Hunt
The neighbors called the police, causing detectives looking for shelling evidence to descend upon the property.
The cops spotted a bit of cocaine during the raid — allegedly belonging to a member of Bieber’s posse.
As the investigation heated up, police obtained a search warrant to match Bieber’s own surveillance video with his Instagram account to see if they could deduce when the egging incident took place.
Alas, footage of the yolk bombardment was not found.
Four Helicopters, a Warrant and a Bieber
After police were finished working on this case in shifts, they sent a warrant for Bieber’s arrest.
In a brilliant use of taxpayer funds, the sheriff’s department sent four helicopters to assist, lest Bieber flee the country.
You wouldn’t want to get Interpol involved with this one.
A Slap on the Wrist
When the egg shells settled, Bieber was slapped with an $80,900 fine, given five days community service, ordered to complete a 12-week anger management course and instructed to stay away from the Schwartz family for two years.
A Lien for Bieber
Additionally, Bieber owed a lien of precisely $29,201.82 to KMD Electric Inc., who took out a mechanic’s lien against the pop star for "labor, services equipment and or materials" owed.
Saying Goodbye to Calabasas
So that’s why Bieber sold this 10,000 square-foot mansion to Khloe Kardashian for $7.2 million in the spring of 2014.
The Kardashian has since renovated the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom property.
She still owns the home, sans one Bieber skate ramp, which was removed prior to the sale.
Bieber and Baldwin’s Newest Home
Justin Bieber married Hailey Baldwin in a quiet civil ceremony at a New York City courthouse on Sept. 13, 2018.
The following March, they purchased this mansion in Beverly Hills for $8.5 million.
For Sale on Instagram?
Despite customizing the home to their liking, the two may have already gotten bored with the place.
A year later, in October 2019, Bieber Instagrammed this photo with the caption, "Home vibes, but I wanna sell it I think anyone interested?"
Which is an interesting way to sell a house. From the photo, you can see Mantique banana leaf wallpaper, a foosball table and built-in wine racks.
Pictures of You
Perhaps not totally leaving his Calabasas past in the dust, there’s a hanging wicker egg chair in this room, along with two small fluffy rugs and a very large photograph of Bieber and Hailey making out.
Which is definitely not a vain thing to have in any way.
"I’ll sell it with all the furniture. MAKE AN OFFER," Bieber wrote.
This living area includes a large sectional sofa, marble coffee table and an "I Love You!" art piece.
The two African Serval cats, Sushi and Tuna, are surely not included with the offer. Bieber bought those cats for a total of $35,000 for Hailey as a wedding present. They have their own Instagram.
Practice Your Basketball Skills Like Bieber
Do you believe that Bieber is good at basketball?
Well, he puts his naysayers to shame by practicing with "Super Shot," one of those arcade basketball games with a moving backboard. These bad boys retail for around $3,295, used.
That’s about 0.04 percent of the purchase price right there, assuming you pay what Biebs did for the house (he’ll probably want a profit).
The open floor plan kitchen area features pine wood flooring, a kitchen island with a marble countertop, and a wall lined with paneled mirrors.
A Lego figurine with "drew" for a mouth represents (unofficially) Bieber’s Drew House fashion line.
There are a ton of figures and plushes here, along with an electronic cat feeder.
Skateboards and Plushes
Bieber’s stairwell area is adorned with skateboard decks and KAWS plush figures.
For the uninitiated, KAWS art, plushes and figurines are made by a Brooklyn-based artist (who goes by KAWS) and carry price tags from $15 to over $2 million.
The Cookie Monster KAWS seen here can be had for about $80 on StockX.
This Is the Master Bathroom
Bieber and Hailey’s bathroom is decked out in marble paneling, with a large walk-in shower that appears to have a skylight.
The Biebs isn’t using regular floormats, oh no. These are custom-made Drew House mats. That clothing line offers limited-edition apparel, like shirts and slippers, and can usually be found on Grailed, where a simple T-shirt goes for $90.
Manufactured exclusivity, yummy!
This Is the Biebs' Bedroom
Here we see Bieber’s feet (in Drew House socks) in what we presume to be his master bedroom.
There’s a large flat-screen television above a wood-framed marble fireplace flanked by cylindrical stands.
Here's the Pool
In the backyard is a slim, rectangle-shaped pool with a water feature set on a brick backdrop.
Bieber, a slipper enthusiast, is wearing his Drew House branded slip-ons with that yellow Drew House smiley face.
Hollywood’s Most Infamous Party House
After decamping from Calabasas, Bieber rented a compound in Los Angeles that is notorious for hosting loud and raucous parties, much to the continual detriment of its neighbors.
Neon, Neon Everywhere
Bieber paid $29,500 in 2014 to rent out this over-the-top property.
Collectively, the property has four homes with a collective 46,000 square feet of living space, 32 bedrooms and 51 bathrooms.
And neon. So much neon.
It's Only a Bit Obnoxious
Media reports say Bieber paid for the whole compound, but it’s not entirely clear if that’s the case.
Currently, a single one of these homes on Weidlake Drive is up for rent for $34,900, while the largest one is available for $44,900.
The house comes with a "Hollywood" sign on its rooftop deck.
The Nightmare Next Door
"It’s like a cancer," a neighborhood association head told The Hollywood Reporter. "There’s drunken people throwing bottles going to the bathroom on people’s lawns."
The compound, owned by developer Danny Fitzgerald, has been host to innumerable parties thrown by wealthy residents.
Bieber lived here for an undisclosed time. Other renters include Sean Kingston, Nelly, The Weeknd and T.I.
A Caged Lion for Selfies
As of 2015, neighbors called the police over 90 times on the compound’s various residents.
During one party, Bastian Yotta, a German cosmetics mogul, brought a caged lion onto the property for selfies.
Did Bieber Behave?
Talking to The Hollywood Reporter, Fitzgerald said Bieber was "so mellow — he loved the gym and worked out every day."
Other sources say otherwise. An unnamed person told Radar Online that Bieber "is only using the Hollywood Hills rental to throw parties" because he didn’t want randos showing up at his main house, which was then an expensive Beverly Hills condo.
These Are the Features
The compound includes an elevator, disco night club, a movie theater with a 160-inch screen, a gym and three full bars.
It's Made for Partying
Fitzgerald told The Hollywood Reporter he built these houses exclusively for partying.
The homes were designed with that in mind, so the floors are industrial grade flooring more likely to be found at a Hyatt Hotel than a home, and the walls are easily patchable Venetian plaster.
Other Famous Residents
Other residents who have stayed at this hotel include Mark Zuckerberg, who celebrated a birthday, and Zendaya, who celebrated her 16th birthday there.
The house hosted the Season 11 cast of "American Idol" and was the home/shooting spot for Playboy TV’s "Swing," a show about swingers.
Neighbors were treated to/horrified by the "Swing" cast having sex in the open.
Neon, Neon Everywhere
Bieber would have been around 20 years old when he rented this place.
Aside from the egging incident, Bieber found trouble in other areas of his life at this time. Miami-Dade police arrested Bieber for driving under the influence with an expired license and resisting arrest.
Bieber had Xanax and marijuana in his system, but was ultimately given a slap on the wrist.
He donated $50,000 to a youth charity, promised to speak at a youth program about the impact of impaired driving, and attend 12 hours of anger management counseling.
A number of Americans were agitated enough that they didn’t think Bieber should be staying in this rooftop pool.
Over 273,000 people signed a petition calling for the deportation of the Canadian pop star and stripping him of his green card.
The largest house on this compound stands 60 feet tall.
One neighborhood resident told The Hollywood Reporter that people in the area call Bieber’s former residence "the abortion on the hill."
This Is the $100,000 Rental
Before settling into their current house in Beverly Hills, Bieber and Hailey rented this 6,500 square-foot waterfront property in Toluca Lake, California.
It Has a Backyard Pool
The pair reportedly signed a lease and paid around $100,000 a month for this place in 2018. That’s a lot of money, but Toluca Lake is expensive.
The Greater Toluca Lake area has an average sale price of $1.58 million, according to Redfin, although waterfront property the size of this one is on the high-end of the area.
A Spacious Kitchen
Bieber and Hailey signed this lease in October 2018, so this would be one of the first houses the two lived in before signing their name on a mortgage.
The country-style kitchen has classic black-and-white trim, with a large stove, farmhouse sink, and subway tile backsplash.
A Large Twisting Staircase
A large twisting staircase extends from the foyer to the second floor.
It’s crowned with a simple chandelier, and the house has dark hardwood flooring.
Water Views of Toluca Lake
The property borders the tiny Toluca Lake and is across the waterway from one of Frank Sinatra’s houses.
The house features five bedrooms and five ensuite bathrooms.
It must have been quite the retreat for the newlywed couple.
The master bathroom is spacious, with two separate vanities and a large walk-in shower.
A porcelain soaking tub with stainless steel faucet is placed by a window so occupants can enjoy the views while they bathe.
The Recording Studio
Something that may have attracted Bieber to the house is this recording studio.
The "Sorry" singer may have been working on the beginnings of "Changes," which he released in February 2020.
It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, making it Bieber’s seventh chart-topper in the United States.
It Has an $8.5 Million Price Tag
While the house is no longer up for sale, the sellers listed it for $8.5 million in August 2019. There were no takers, though, and the home was eventually delisted.
As for Bieber, he has been open about his own struggles with mental health and addiction, recently documenting his journey in his YouTube mini docuseries "Justin Bieber: Seasons."
He also has revealed that he had a battle with undiagnosed Lyme disease and mononucleosis, which he says took a toll on his mental health.
Like his housing history, those are positive signs of growth and maturity.