Lady Gaga Just Dropped $5.25 Million on Frank Zappa’s Old House

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A vocal powerhouse like Lady Gaga deserves to live like a music legend, which is probably why the “Perfect Illusion” singer recently shelled out huge sums of cash to own Frank Zappa’s former home.

The Mother Monster has snatched up the late music icon’s seven-bedroom, six-bathroom abode nestled in the Hollywood Hills for a cool $5.25 million. According to Variety, Gaga closed the deal on the Laurel Canyon estate in August below its $5.495 million asking price.

Sitting at just over half an acre, the compound features a 6,759-square-foot main house with an attached staff apartment and two separate guesthouses. The property also a rooftop tennis court, a large backyard pool, a double-height art gallery, a greenhouse and the so-called Utility Muffin Research Kitchen, a recording space where Zappa and other musicians laid down tracks.

The listing for the historical lot also boasts “many one-of-a-kind embellishments” including a dragon mural in the formal dining room, porthole windows and doors salvaged from vintage submarines and a large storage chamber beneath the house known as “The Vault,” where Zappa reportedly kept is private archives under lock and key until his death in 1993.

Basically, this place is made for someone as iconic as Gaga. Take a tour of her new private pad — below.