LUXURY: Lady Gaga buys $23million house!

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The mansion that Lady Gaga just bought in is
remarkably… beige.
But it comes with her own personal “Batcave” —
accessed through a secret passage in the living
room — that’s equipped with an authentic 1960s
bowling alley and two basketball free-throw
machines. Not that we’d necessarily have pegged
her as a bowler.

She also gets an 800-bottle wine cellar, a lighted
outdoor bocce ball court, a saltwater swimming
pool (other than the Pacific Ocean across the street
at Zuma Beach), and a master suite with his-and-
hers bathrooms and walk-in closets in more than
10,000 square feet of living space. The master bath
designated “hers” has a soaking tub, “his” a rain
shower and steam shower; both have bidets and
heated stone floors. “His” closet also contains a
safe room, with a Crestron security system
protecting the entire estate.

She bought the property from Dan Romanelli, a
Warner Bros. executive who founded the studio’s
consumer products division. “Batman was
something that really helped build my division,” he
told the Wall Street Journal, and he wanted a
“Batcave” for his vintage toys and arcade games,
both for his grandchildren and “older people like
myself who feel like kids.”
He paid $2 million for the land — nearly 6 acres —
in 2002, and built the house in 2006. “The estate
still feels and looks brand new – a testament to its
design and construction,” the recent Agency listing
boasted.

He and his wife keep horses, too, so the property
has a riding arena and trails, plus grazing pastures.
Lady Gaga paid $23 million for it, according to the
Los Angeles Times. It was listed with the Agency at
$25 million.


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