Have a look at Justin Bieber's new London mansion
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It looks like Justin Bieber is really enjoying his time in the UK.
The singer has taken to this side of the pond so much that he wants to stay here on a more permanent basis!
Justin has rented a lavish party mansion
in the capital, and it's not small!
The popstar has taken on Heath Hall, a 15 bedroom mansion in north London which not only has its own cinema room but a marble bath!
There's even an indoor pool for when Justin wants to take a dip after a tough day.
This place doesn't come cheaply though, it's been reported that the superstar is shelling out a staggering £108,000 a month for the pleasure.
The 24,000 square foot property also has its own five car garage, a wine cellar and 13 bathrooms, the Evening Standard
According to the Mail Online
, Heath Hall, where Bieber is staying was originally built by the owner of Tate and Lyle sugar.
The home was put on the market in 2012 for £100 million but ended up being sold in 2015 for a quarter of the asking price, at £25 million.
The most expensive rental property in the UK
Audley House, a Grade II Listed Georgian property, is on the rental market for an astonishing £780,000 a year - or £15,000 a week, making one of the UK's most expensive rental properties.
It is estimated the bills will come to a whopping £125,000 a year, on top of the rent.
The six-storey mansion is spread out over 8,346 sq/ft and is worth approximately £35million.
However, you need not worry about walking up all those flights of stairs as there is a private passenger lift with access to all floors.
The luxurious property is set in the heart of Mayfair.
Comfort cooling, state-of-the-art security and audio-entertainment technology are incorporated throughout the Mayfair mansion.
The property features five VIP bedrooms suites.
Each of the luxurious bedrooms are decorated in different coloured decor.
At 1,500 sq ft the master bedroom is bigger than the average British home.
The mansion also features four reception rooms,a family kitchen, a gym and private walled gardens.
The stunning six-storey property comes fully furnished with luxurious furniture, fixtures and fittings and is ready for tenants to move in.
Like all rental properties, interested tenants will be asked to hand over a six week deposit and the first month's rent before they move in.
The property comes with a five year contract meaning tenants will end up handing over £3.9million to the landlord.