Inside Selena Gomez’s new $5M LA home complete with recording studio and wine cellar – The Sun

SELENA Gomez has splashed out on a $4.9 million Encino mansion in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley.

The singer, 27, recently made an offer on the stunning contemporary property, which was once owned by Tom Petty.

The over 11,000 sq. ft. home was designed by the late singer and his wife Jane Benyo.

It has been immaculately renovated and boasts a number of modern features.

As well as a wine cellar, Selena will be able to let her creative juices flow in her very own in-home recording booth.

There are also six bedrooms and 10 baths, plus a gym, massage room, work space and a second kitchen.

The lavish property is also said to have secret passageways leading from room to room.

Perfect for entertaining pals, the huge open plan living room features a spiralling staircase and a stunning stone fireplace, which travels through the upstairs balcony.

The neutral colour scheme gives the space a modern touch, while the overhead windows offer an airy feel.

Meanwhile, the contemporary kitchen boasts white fittings throughout with whitewashed brick and a series of high-end appliances.

The two master-bedrooms offer stunning views of the lavish garden area – making it the ideal spot for Selena to relax after a busy day.

Outdoor amenities include a bar, a fire pit and a pool, which is fitted with a waterfall feature.

Free Fallin singer Tom gave the property up in his 1996 divorce to Jane and later moved to Malibu.

Earlier this month, the former Disney star revealed she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

The Lose You to Love Me singer opened up to Miley Cyrus, 27, about discovering she had the mental disorder at a hospital in Massachusetts.

She said: "I went to one of the best mental hospitals in the world…McLean Hospital and I discussed that after years of going through a lot of different things, I realized that I was bipolar.

“So, when I go to know more information, it actually helps me. It doesn't scare me once I know it and I think people get scared of that.”

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