- The world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos, has set a new record in Beverly Hills with his historic property purchase
- The Amazon boss is said to have bought the Warner Estate located in Beverly Hills
- The huge property is said to have a tennis court, a golf course, a pool and other amenities to name a few
It has been said that home is where the heart is and it is quite understandable that people would want to pay great attention or a great deal of money for where they would reside.
Many people just settle for small but comfortable homes that fit their budget while others are ready to go all out and spend huge bars on a home especially when they can afford it.
The world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos, has broken a record after reportedly spending a whopping $165 million (approx. N60 billion) on a house in Beverly Hills.
According to Fox Business, the Amazon boss purchased the historic Warner Estate from film and music executive, David Geffen, for the huge amount.
The estate is said to be a nine-acre property and it was reportedly built for the founder of Warner Bros in the 1920s. The property was reportedly the venue of many big parties in the 1930s to 60s.
It has been gathered that the business mogul, Jeff Bezos’ new home has a pool, a tennis court, a golf course, to name a few.
See a video of the property below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that former Nigerian beauty queen and entrepreneur, Dabota Lawson, recently acquired a brand new Lexus LX 570.
The year 2020 has just started and some stars in the industry are already making serious money moves.
The pretty entrepreneur showcased her brand new Lexus LX570 jeep as fans celebrated her. Dabota seems to be one who loves to go all out as she received the delivery of her ride with serious fanfare.
A trumpeter serenaded her with tunes from his instrument as she danced amidst sprayed confetti and carried a bouquet of flowers.
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