See Inside the Original Home of Madonna, Now Listed for $21 Million in the Hollywood Hills…

The former mansion of Madonna in the Hollywood Hills has been put up for sale.

According to a memoir written by her brother Christopher Ciccone and published in Journal, the singer of “Material Girl” purchased the 1920s Spanish-style estate in 1993 for approximately $5 million and sold it three years later.

The estate was known as Castillo del Lago at the time of its purchase.

According to the available documentation, the current owner is the renowned fashion designer Leon Max. Mr. Max has placed the nine-bedroom, six-bathroom home on the market for $21 million with Linda May of Linda May Properties and Brett Lawyer of Carolwood Estates.

A winding road leads to the exclusive gates of the tucked-away three-acre ridgetop residence that was designed by John DeLario in the year 1926 and has a total of 10,513 square feet. The property has 360-degree views of the Hollywood sign and Lake Hollywood.

A visit of the entryway reveals a historic elevator with wood-paneled walls in addition to the spiral staircase tower that connects the mansion’s numerous floors.

Archways and terracotta floors with colorful period tiles, all displaying hand-painted craftsmanship, are some of the Spanish-style elements that the house has.

In addition, the hillside property is distinguished by coffered ceilings, wood-beamed ceilings that are exposed, and bespoke wrought iron.

The ceiling of the huge formal dining room is meant to seem like honeycombs, and it is located next to the period-style chef’s kitchen that has a central island as well as other preparation facilities.

In addition, there is a loggia in the mansion that leads out to the center courtyard, which has tall palm trees, a fountain, and a fireplace where guests may dine alfresco.

The mansion has many impressive fireplaces, as well as a library with wood-paneled walls and unique storage, and a formal living room that spans two stories.

The formal living room in particular is distinguished by its stenciled wood beams and its French doors, which provide access to the spacious terrace that overlooks the lake.

In the principal suite wing, there are sitting spaces, double bathrooms with elaborate tile patterns, and a trademark tower with lengthy chairs and further views in all directions. In addition, there are sitting areas in the primary suite wing. According to the advertisement, there are three other guest bedroom suites, and each one has a different classic Los Angeles background.

The home also has a number of other rooms, such as an office, a video room, and a wine room that is temperature controlled.

An oasis featuring a lap pool and large surrounding lawns that are home to rose gardens, sculpted hedges, and mature specimen trees can be found on the expansive outside grounds.

In addition, there is a motor court, a two-car garage, a private fitness center with a wide patio, and two rooms with a kitchen for the use of the in-house staff.

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