Louis Tomlinson and His Son Will Now Call This Luxurious $7.3 Million Hollywood Hills Mansion Home

The One Direction singer dropped over $7 million for his new pad

By Bruna Nessif Oct 19, 2016 9:52 PMTags
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Louis Tomlinson is ready to give his little prince a castle.

E! News has confirmed that the One Direction singer just bought a luxurious mansion in the Hollywood hills for himself and son Freddie Reign. The gorgeous property sits just off the famous Sunset strip, overlooking the iconic Hollywood sign and offering breathtaking panoramic views of Los Angeles.

So how much does something like that cost, you ask? Just a mere $7.3 million. Chump change, right?

Built in 1937, the 6,000-square-foot Spanish-inspired estate is a beautiful fusion of contemporary style and classic design. Including art deco influences, extraordinary windows, and curved balustrades, the property has absolutely everything that will make you green with envy (because this is practically your Pinterest home board brought to life).

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Its picture-perfect exterior includes French doors throughout the home, which open to sunny terraces, and a theater and bar that open to a lounge area, as well as an infinity pool surrounded by lush, tropical landscaping and palm trees.

Seriously, it's like straight out of a magazine.

And then you get to the four-bedroom, six-bathroom interior, which provides sleek and modern space for both hosting parties with friends, or just having a guys' night with his little one Freddie. There's even a movie room! Now, if that doesn't yell father-son bonding, we don't know what does.

The hidden estate will also be perfect for increased privacy, something Tomlinson has expressed a need for after welcoming his son.

Tomlinson spoke against the increased paparazzi attention surrounding his baby boy over the summer, saying it spurs "potential security issues" and also takes place during his visitation time with him, as he begins a custody battle with his ex and the child's mother, Briana Jungwurth.

The singer's rep said in a statement posted by multiple outlets at the time, that the pop star feels media attention has greatly inhibited Freddie's right to have "a normal, private and protected childhood."

Hopefully this gem will help provide Freddie with security, privacy and a lifetime of memories.