Superstar takes super credit – 37 million! So Adele stutters off her villa

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37 million! So Adele stutters off her villa

Eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, three guest toilets, a huge kitchen, pool, cinema and an amazing view.

Adele’s (34) new villa in Los Angeles is unique. She bought the singer from Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone (76).

And the purchase price is tough too: Adele transferred 57 million euros to the “Rocky” star. With assets of around 180 million euros, it doesn’t seem to be a problem. But now it comes out: Adele bought her love nest for herself and her friend Rich Paul (40) on credit.

Adele proudly poses with boyfriend Rich Paul in front of her new mansion

Photo: Adele/Instagram

She took out a loan of 37 million euros to buy the almost 2,000 square meter house, which is located on a 15,000 square meter property in the upmarket Beverly Park district.

It has an interest rate of five percent, so she now has to pay 223,000 euros every month to pay off her villa. With an average interest payment of 15,500 euros, 207,500 euros remain to pay off the loan. This means that after around 15 years she would be through with the financing of the property.

The Beverly Park property is 20,000 square feet

Royal: Adele’s mansion in Beverly Park

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Sounds like a hell of a lot of money. But that’s not a problem for Adele. From November 18th she will be on stage in Las Vegas with her own show “Weekends with Adele” in the theater The Colosseum of the hotel “Caesars Palace”.

On 32 evenings she sings her biggest hits such as “Hello”, “Rolling In The Deep” and “Someone Like You” – and collects around one million euros per performance.

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For Adele, the Beverly Park property isn’t her first property in the United States. You still own three villas in the luxury enclave of Hidden Valley near Los Angeles. She bought it between 2016 and 2021 for a total of almost 30 million euros. She also owns two apartments in London.

This article comes from BILD am SONNTAG. The ePaper of the entire issue is available here.

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