A Beverly Hills mansion that Britney Spears once called home is back on the market for a bargain. The Italian-style villa the pop star lived in after filing for divorce from Kevin Federline. Put up for sale for $9 million in 2018. But this time around, it's discounted to $6.8 million. According to sources, Britney lived at the expansive property. Which described as 'virtually paparazzi-proof'. By Million Dollar Listing star Matt Altman, from 2006 until 2012, before relocating to Thousand Oaks, LA.
The property located at the end of a driveway in an exclusive gated community and features. A host of spoils expected of such grand and lavish digs. The main house, where Britney lived during her well-documented mental health struggles. Offers 7,500-square-feet of living space and there is also a detached guest house on the manicured lot.
Most importantly for the discerning buyer. Realtor Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman Real Estate that the estate is 'virtually paparazzi-proof'. There is no angle or anything that can see from any other house or hill, nothing whatsoever,' Altman explained. The front door opens to the grand entry with soaring ceilings and stone floors. And each downstairs room opens to the backyard complete with lush landscaping and manicured gardens.
The mansion features high ceilings, plenty of marble and custom cabinetry as well as subdued beige and white decor with wood accents.
News of the listing comes amid the ongoing #FreeBritney movement. Which has seen concern from fans that the troubled pop star's... Controversial conservatorship is keeping the held prisoner of her own life.
Britney has been under her the legal guardianship of her father Jamie Spears since 2008. Following a very public breakdown, but recently. Fans have speculated that the singer has been trying to communicate to the outside world via her Instagram to plead for her escape.
But reports said that the singer is 'not held hostage' adding that her father is not. 'Lording it over his daughter' and that there is 'a slew of people involved in the conservatorship doctors, lawyers, therapists, and a judge.'