Back in March, Justin Bieber purchased his home he calls “The Tropics” for $8.5 million. But, just days after marrying Hailey Bieber for the second time, he is having thoughts of selling the mansion and he is asking his 119 million Instagram followers to “make an offer.”
The 25-year-old singer shared 13 photos of his home (with cameos from cats Tuna and Sushi) that feature a beautiful staircase, custom built-ins, and white-oak hardwood floors, plus skateboard decks as art and a giant “I love you” framed print on the walls. There is also a basement, which is a hard thing to find in California, that features a Beverly Hills Hotel-inspired Art Deco bar and screening room.
Bieber promised that he would sell the property with all the furniture – including the marble coffee table and gray sectional – but he didn’t mention if he would include his Super Shot basketball arcade game.
“I think I wanna sell my home in Beverly Hills who wants it,” wrote Bieber on a pic that featured a sunken living room. Another pic featured Bieber’s legs on the staircase, and he wrote, “Home vibes, but I wanna sell it I think anyone interested?”
Justin’s urge to sell the home is quite a surprise, considering he and Hailey searched for a home for months before finding this property that features five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
On September 30th, Justin and Hailey said their vows for a second time at a religious ceremony in Bluffton, South Carolina in front of 154 guests that included Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Stormi Webster, Usher, and Jaden Smith. Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney from Dan + Shay were also guests, along with their wives, and just days later Bieber dropped the new love song 10,000 Hours with the country duo.
The wedding took place a little more than a year after Justin and Hailey tied the knot in a New York courthouse. The couple exchanged Tiffany wedding bands at the second ceremony which took place at the Somerset Chapel on the property of the Montage Palmetto Bluff hotel.
“They had the best wedding and the best celebration,” an insider told People Magazine. “It was all flawless and absolutely magical. They were thrilled to have their families and friends in South Carolina. It meant more than they imagined. It was all very special.”