Dr. Dre, real name Andre Romelle Young, purchased the $40 million mega-mansion in Los Angeles from New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady and Supermodel Gisele Bundchen.
The house originally hit the market for $50 million after taking over three years to construct from scratch.
It was believed Tom and Gisele would be moving into the house, located in the trendy celebrity area of Brentwood, after it finished completion.
Instead, the Mega Mansion quickly hit the market for $50 million and Dre made his move once it was taken back off the market a short while later.
The house cost Gisele and Tom $11 million for the purchase of the land back in 2008 and it is estimated around $20 million to construct, leaving the megastars with a tidy profit. Celebrity Neighbors include Heidi Klum and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The compound is around four acres and was designed by architect Richard Landry. It boasts 18,298 of square feet living space with five bedrooms.
The house features reclaimed ceiling beams, salvaged tile and antique doors. It also has a library, study, gym and sauna with seven fireplaces and a moat! The surrounding landscape brings the total square foot to 22,000 and features an infinity pool with solar panels in the back yard.
Tom Brady and Gisele also own a $20 million apartment in the Tribeca area of New York City and a custom designed house in Brookline, Massachusetts close to where Tom trains for the New England Patriots.
Dr. Dre, 49, posed above with his mom Verna Young. Dre is the is chief executive of Aftermath Entertainment and Beats Electronics.
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