Lady Gaga's opulent beachside property in Malibu, California, has been a part of her life since 2014 when she purchased the home for a casual $22.5 million, according to Realtor.com. It was featured in the Netflix documentary about the singer's life, Gaga: Five Foot Two, and was the meeting place of Gaga and Bradley Cooper when he first offered her the role of the leading lady in the upcoming iteration of A Star Is Born, a recent Vogue feature reveals. "This is my sanctuary … my oasis of peace. I call it my 'gypsy palace,'" Gaga says in the interview.
A gypsy palace it certainly is. The lavish property spans 10,270 square feet on a nearly six-acre lot right across from Zuma Beach. It boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and truly stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. An open floor plan allows the living and dining areas downstairs to feel expansive while exposed wood beams create a rustic feel. Upstairs, the master suite is complete with its own private terrace. There's also a wine cellar, home theater, wet bar, and 1960s-era bowling alley on the lower level of the property.
The real luxury, however, is having a front-row view of the ocean from a saltwater infinity pool, bocce ball court, and outdoor dining areas. Finally, the property also includes horse stables and a guest cottage. With mountains on one side and the Pacific coast on the other, it has to be seen to be believed. Take a look inside the star's luxe home below.