Going, going, gone!
After listing her family's Toluca Lake Mansion for $5.995 million back in January, Miley Cyrus' massive pad is officially off the market. Nestled behind walls and hedges for ample privacy, Miley and her fam enjoyed the 8,700 square-foot home for just under eight years.
Designed by esteemed architect Bob Easton, the Tuscan-inspired home features six bedrooms and seven baths set amidst a spacious 8,700 square feet. But that's nothing compared to the whopping 26,939-square-foot lot on which the property sits.
Amongst a backyard skateboard ramp and a romantic Juliet balcony, the property also comes with plenty of Cyrus-family history. Note, this is the same house in which two burglars made off with the "Wrecking Ball" singer's pricy Maserati Quattroporte (the starting price tag of which is $100,000) and some of her jewelry last June. And before that, the house was burglarized in back November 2013 just days before the singer's 21st birthday. But worry not, prospective homebuyers —the property listing boasts that the home features a security system with cameras.
Miley's parents, Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus, reportedly first purchased the Tuscan-inspired home back in 2007, preceding their 2013 divorce.
The "Wrecking Ball" singer recently put down another $5 million on a 6,000-square-foot equestrian ranch in Hidden Hills, meaning Miley can now count the Kardashians, Jennifer Lopez, Katie Holmes and more celebs as her neighbors.
—Additional reporting by Lindsey Caldwell
(Originally published Jan. 20, 2015, at 4:22 p.m. PST)