Pop music's good-boy-turned-bad-turned-good Justin Bieber recently decided to take a breather from life in the spotlight, jet-setting off to a sprawling, $26.5 million Hawaiian vacation home dubbed Water Falling Estate. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom seaside property covers a massive nine acres of land, and includes an Olympic-sized swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, a private golf course, a koi pond, and a helipad, according to People.
Inside, the three-story party palace covers 8100-square-feet and can be easily navigated by a Daytona 52-inch round pneumatic air compression elevator. The sprawling home accommodates 12 guests comfortably, and can be rented on HomeAway for just short of $4000 per night. Tour the massive Hawaiian mansion below, and share your thoughts on the home tour in the comments.
Called the "Rainbow Falls," the estate is also famous for its serene ocean-front waterfall that is often in rainbows, naturally.
The massive infinity-style pool is adorned with a two-story waterslide and a 21-foot diving board.
A grand piano sits at the center of the grandiose living quarters, surrounded by sleek, wood-paneled ceilings and ocean views.
The master bedrooms each contain a king-sized bed, an en-suite bathroom, a large shower, a whirlpool bathtub, a spacious sitting area, a wide-screen TV, and ample closet space.
The home is covered in travertine marble, imported from Italy.
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