The eight-bedroom mansion was first owned by De Beers diamond tycoon Daniel Francis and now she’s selling it.
This incredible mansion that Rihanna has been renting since 2018 for nearly $24,000 a week is located in the beautiful and exclusive St. John's Wood district and was designed by royal architect John Shaw and built in the 19th century. The selling price is $41 million.
Covering 6,332 square feet, the Diamonds singer’s house includes a gym, private elevator and cinema room, and parking for 10 cars. The artist rented the house because it offered her total privacy until last year's fans spotted a bag of a supermarket in the area in one of her Instagram posts.
The mansion, which is being sold with all furnishings included, has two floors for entertaining, a 12-seat dining area, twin balconies, a steam shower, an infrared sauna, and a lush garden. "She was there for quite a long time -- I don't think most people even knew she was living there," Sulkin told CNN. In London, Rihanna’s life was pretty low-key.
The coronavirus pandemic found Rihanna in The Hamptons in New York. She spent $415,000 to rent a cottage in the beachside community from mid-July to mid-August and paid a $1 million as a security deposit.
The house, located on two acres overlooking the North Sea Harbor in Southampton, includes a heated pool, private beach, and 85-foot dock.
In 2019, the Only Girl (in the world) singer launched Fenty, her clothing and accessories brand which debuted online on May 29. In December 2019, Rihanna mentioned that her new album was finished but that the release was on hold. Her last album, Anti, which included the single "Bitch Better Have My Money," was released in 2016.