Pop sensation, Lady Gaga, has made a new purchase in the Southland and the property includes what is known as a “batcave.” Gaga reportedly dropped $22.5 million for a large estate out in Malibu, according to Zillow. It sits on 6 acres across from Zuma Beach and has many of the typical amenities of a celebrity home including spectacular beachfront views, a wine cellar, and a home theater. However, the estate has something extra a bowling alley, which the previous homeowner called the “batcave.”
The home seller is former Warner Bros executive, Dan Romanelli, who was head of the company’s consumer products division — which handled toys and apparel inspired by the “Batman” movies. Variety says Romanelli listed the mansion for nearly $25 million back in June.
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga’s latest album, a collaboration with legendary crooner ,Tony Bennett, dropped last month. The two entertainers are planning to ring in the new year with a Vegas concert. Gaga and Bennett are set to take over a stage New Year’s Eve at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Rolling Stones reports the singers are planning to perform some of the songs from their jazz album of standards, “Cheek to Cheek.”