Bruno Mars Luxurious New $3 Million Mansion Is Fit For A Billionaire

Bruno Mars swanky new Los Angeles mansion carried a very heft price tag – $3.3 million to be exact. The singer who burst onto the scene with the hit song, “I want to be a billionaire so f—king bad,” will now reside in the exclusive Laurel Canyon region of Los Angeles, according to AOL Music. Bruno Mars’ 4,064 square foot home includes three and a half bathrooms, three bedrooms, custom made marble columns and an 11-foot tall set of double front doors, the Daily Caller notes.

Mars’ mansion also includes floor-to-ceiling retractable glass panels which open to incredible views of the San Fernando Valley. Bruno Mars’ backyard is just as luxurious as the inside of his Laurel Canyon mansion. An ornate swimming pool and deck area also boats a massive bar.

The mansion truly fit for a billionaire is nestled in the trendy and secluded Laurel Canyon area where George Clooney, Frank Zappa and even famed magician Harry Houdini once lived. Guests at the R&B singer’s $3.3 million mansion will likely marvel at the 19th century Glasgow style design elements and eight Calcutta marble columns which adorn the lower floor.

Bruno Mars’ new mansion features an open floor plan with warmly colored chocolate hardwood floors and a “minimalist” firebox in the formal living room. A huge sky light and “floating built-in buffet bar” create a flowing feel to the space during even the most crowded parties. Bruno Mars new digs also boast a special wine refrigerator to keep his drink of choice always at the perfect temperature.

The popular singer can even enjoy the valley view from his Laurel Canyon mansion kitchen making his morning coffee. The island kitchen also has floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the “motor court.” If Bruno Mars decides to indulge the notion of building a collection of cars, he certainly has chosen a mansion. The Mars’ mansion front garage can accommodate up to four cars and includes a second garage with spaces for three cars and off-street parking for up to six more vehicles.