Britney Spears ready for change.
It’s been three months since the pop princess was freed from the shackles of a 13 years guardianship And now, Spears wants to rid herself of any memory of the era, which includes the famous Thousand Oaks home many fans know, thanks to the countless social media posts that Spears has shared from within its walls.
Spears wrote in Tuesday on Instagram Which saw a gorgeous waterfall of pink and blue sunset over a gorgeous backyard. “I’ve lived in this house for seven years and I’m in the process of buying a new one…time for a change!”
“I have been very humble about the house I live in now,” she continued. “I know you’ve seen me dance in my living room…but honestly I have three living rooms. Maybe someday I’ll give you a tour, but until then here’s the pink sky!”
Spears purchased the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home $7.4 million in October 2015two years after her successful stay in Las Vegas.
The stately residence spans over 20 acres, and while it has yet to list the property on the market, Zillow estimates it was valued well at the time at nearly $3 million for an estimate of its value around $10 million.
The Italian villa also has a separate pool house with a full kitchen. The grounds feature manicured gardens, a tennis court, an infinity-edge pool, a spa and an orchard. It also has a golf course with sand traps.
Things seem to be looking for the singer “Oops!…I did it again”. Last year, Spears became engaged to her longtime love, Sam Asgari, scored a guardianship victory and signed on the dotted line to write a comprehensive book in a landmark $15 million deal.
In a since-deleted Instagram post, she also vowed to sue her former business manager and founder of Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group Lou Taylor and partner Robin Greenhill, alleging they were “trying to kill me” in collusion with Spears’ estranged father. and the former governor of the property, Jimmy Spears, who is allegedly a “slave” of Taylor and Greenhill and “would have done anything they asked of him,” according to Spears.
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