Justin Bieber Just Bought Himself A Sick $10.8 Million Mansion In The Hollywood Hills

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Justin Bieber is having an awesome 18th birthday. First, he received a $100,000 electric car from Usher and his manager as a “congratulations, you’re legal” gift.But the Bieber decided that wasn’t enough and has splurged on a $10.8 million Los Angeles mansion for himself, according to Zillow.

Jeffrey and Rochelle Mills of Mills Studio designed this house, which doesn’t look like the other Mediterranean mansions in the area. This modern beauty is made of glass and steel boxes that appear to float about the pool.

There’s 9,400 square feet of living space and five bedrooms in the home.

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Justin's new home is nestled away in the Hollywood Hills.

We love the walkway up to the house.

He'd move in right away, but rumour has it Ashton Kutcher is currently renting the place for $50,000 a month.

There are glass walls throughout the house.

The living room has an exposed brick wall and a huge window/door out to the patio.

The kitchen is ultra modern, with stainless steel appliances. Those floating balls are interesting, too.

The living room has high ceilings, and more steel and glass!

While climbing up the stairs, you can see the pool below.

The master bedroom could host a dance party, it is so big.

Justin has plenty of room for guests and security guards to sleep.

This room has adjustable lighting on the ceiling.

The hot tub area provides a great view of the city.

Now that Justin is ageing, he's going to have to hit the gym if he wants to keep his boy-ish good looks.

The patio area is shaded. The backyard looks as if it is a great place to throw a party.

This part of the house looks as if it is floating.

We hope the neighbours don't live too close, because you can see right inside at night.

The outdoor fireplace is pretty cool. Not a bad place to call home.

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