Justin Bieber’s Canadian Love Nest Is At The Price Of A Flat In South Delhi

Mumbai and Delhi are known to have property rates which touch the sky. Hence many people here stay on rent and have properties in their native place or in the second and third ranked cities.

The property rates in Mumbai and Delhi have properties worth Rs. 20 crores. This won't get anyone even a sprawling farm in the cities. However, Justin Bieber seems to have struck gold in life, in terms of both love and property.

After making things official with his lady love, he recently invested in a plush property and that too in Canada.

The 101-acre property is located in Ontario and costs $ 5 million, which is approximately around Rs. 35 crore. Coming to what the property has to offer, prepare to get very envious. It has four bedrooms and six bathrooms spread over 9,000 square feet area.

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It also comes with a two storey wine room because well, what is life without some wine right? Also, it has a pool room with a view to die for.

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The kitchen and the dining area are plush white and obviously, there is a room dedicated entirely for movie watching.

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Also, what will leave you gaping with surprise is that the insane property comes with a racing track, a horse barn and private lake access! Not kidding bro!

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Isn't this truly like a dream house for many?

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by Admin | Mon, Aug 27 - 03:00 PM

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