Travis Scott has reportedly snapped up a new Los Angeles pad over the weekend, laying down US$23.5 million (~AU$34 million) for the hillside Brentwood mansion.
The 28-year-old rapper dropped the full sum in cash according to TMZ.
Spread across 16,000 square feet and multiple floors, the seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom home was completed last year and dubbed the ‘Sky Project’ by de Loren & Associates Design.
Travis Scott’s post-modern home was built into the hillside at the end of a cul-de-sac and resembles what most would assume to be a small hotel resort.
Those entering at the property do so from a lavish Italian marble driveway that arrives at the roof to ensure Scott enjoys out-of-sight privacy from the roadside.
The driveway then winds down into the top floor of the mansion, which boasts a 20-car auto gallery for secure parking and space for an extra dozen vehicles on the roof if necessary.
Guests then transition to the main level with ample open-plan living space that extends out to the protruding entertaining area with a 75-foot infinity pool and accompanying cabana that is flanked by a grassy recreational area.
Hidden underneath the main level is a 15-person theatre room, massive home bar, 650-bottle wine cellar, gym and sauna. Directly below the infinity-edge pool you’ll also find the games room with a designer ping-pong table. We can only imagine that players will be sporting something along the lines of this $1,250 Tiffany & Co. ping pong set.
Now for more awe-inspiring home design, check out The Glass Pavilion, a minimal masterpiece by Steve Hermann.