Doja Cat is moooving into a new home. The pop star just purchased a stylish, midcentury modern abode in Beverly Hills, Variety reported.
The 25-year-old phenom paid $2,185,000 last month for her purr-fect pad.
Built in 1960 and renovated over the decades, the home initially came on the market in 2018, with an asking price of $2.8 million. But the home sat on the market for years and the price continued to drop, until a last discount to $2,225,000 million last fall.
That price appeared to be in the right range for the singer, who pounced on the place.
The four-bedroom gem measures 2,404 square feet and is set in the hills between two parks.
Concrete stairs lead up to the double-door entry and decorative designs on the exterior. A private drive with a wood-clad garage leads to the front of the house, which is perched on a hill. Surrounded by thick landscaping, the greenery provides plenty of privacy.
Noted for its “bohemian chic” mixing of modern and traditional elements, the open plan features soaring ceilings, polished porcelain floors, and a concrete fireplace.
The snazzy kitchen with high-end appliances includes contrasting white and dark oak cabinets, white quartz counters, and a mod curved island with seating. The kitchen looks out to dining area with walls of glass. The floor plan also includes a wine cellar and laundry in the garage.
Upstairs, the master suite includes a walk-in closet, dressing area with built-in shelves, and spalike bathroom with dual vanities and Japanese cement soaking tub. A balcony over looks the stylish backyard.
Outside, the compact outdoor space offers various sitting areas and a long, curving swimming pool.
Born and raised in L.A., the rapper Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini, who is known professionally as Doja Cat, sprang to internet fame with her quirky video “Mooo.”
Her album “Hot Pink” climbed to the Top 10 of the U.S. Billboard 200. And her single “Say So” topped the Billboard Hot 100. She has collaborated with superstars Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion, and received three Grammy Award nominations. Now, Doja Cat can curl up in her new pad.
Monica Barragan with Keller Williams Beverly Hills represented the seller. Angel Salvador of The Agency represented the buyer.