JUSTIN Bieber threatened to sell his Beverly Hills mansion last year.
But for now, he seems to be stuck with calling the $8.5 million, 6,100 square foot house, home.
The star shares the 1930s Monterey Colonial, which was recently reimagined by Hollywood production designer Charles Infante, with wife Hailey Baldwin.
It’s the first house he owned since selling his Calabasas pad where he infamously upset his neighbours.
Since then, he’s rented, but put down roots in the exclusive neighbourhood last year.
The living space has five generous bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
It also boasts a library with original paneling and a center-island kitchen.
Steel-framed windows bring leafy views into the step-down luxury living room.
It’s poised for a party with a wet bar, a wine cellar and a home movie theater on the lower level.
The entertainment space features banana-leaf print wallpaper, was inspired by the nearby Beverly Hills Hotel.
The outside space is just as enviable, with a cabana with fire pit sitting above a new zero-edge swimming pool. Handpicked olive trees fill the fenced front courtyard, which also has a fireplace.
The famous couple have mounted a giant black and white of them on their wedding day on the wall.
The striking picture was taken in a photobooth on their big day, as Justin and Hailey showed off an estimated $750,000 worth of diamonds.
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They share their expensive property with their two cats – named Sushi and Tuna.
Bieber reportedly paid $35,000 (£28,500) for the pair of rare cats, rather than adopting, which caused criticism from animal rights campaigners.
The cats, who are now famous on Instagram, where they have more than 255,000 followers, are Savannah cats, an expensive hybrid breed.
Justin and Hailey married last September in a celebrity-packed ceremony in South Carolina – but had already tied the knot in a private ceremony in NYC a year earlier.
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