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Malibu Mansion

Gaga's Malibu Mansion better known as "Gypsy Palace" is a stunning home in the exclusive Malibu community in Los Angeles, California designed by architect Steve Giannetti. The home was featured in the documentary Gaga: Five Foot

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The equestrian estate in Malibu, California, a beachside property that spans 10,270 square feet on a nearly six-acre lot set right across from Zuma Beach. Gaga has owned the 6,700-square-foot home since 2014, when she bought it for $5.25million. The home features seven-bedrooms, six-bathrooms, a sky-lit kitchen, a double-height art gallery, a rooftop tennis court, a greenhouse and a swimming pool. The mansion has a one-of-a-kind garden with a dragon mural and porthole windows and doors sourced from real submarines, according to the listing. The home also includes two guest houses, a staff apartment and it's own private massage room.


Gaga purchased the 10,000-square-foot home back in September 2014, and it's where she calls home when in Los Angeles. The place only has three-bedroom, as the other rooms were converted into closet's and storage areas for her Alexander McQueen and Gianni Versace wardrobe - one devoted exclusively to leather, feather and black clothing, according to Realtor.com. [1]

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Gaga’s mansion is where she met with Bradley Cooper for A Star is Born, the two had met before briefly, but it wasn’t until Cooper, who had just signed on to make the film, attended a cancer benefit where Gaga was singing that he realized that she’s the perfect choice to play Ally to his Jackson Maine. By the following day, Cooper already called her agent and was visiting Lady Gaga’s house in Malibu — where a short hangout on a patio, followed by a spaghetti and meatballs meal in the kitchen led to Cooper offering Gaga the part that very day.

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