Amazon founder Jeff Bezos recently dropped $165 million on the Los Angeles Warner Estate, reports The Wall Street Journal.
The purchase reportedly breaks the previous record for largest real estate sale in the Los Angeles area.
The massive estate was designed and built in the 1930s for Jack Warner, former president of Warner Bros. Studios, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The estate includes a tennis court, pool, a personal nine-hole golf course and two guesthouses, covering a total of nine acres.
The house itself is 13,612 square feet and was previously owned DreamWorks and Asylum Records founder David Geffen, who purchased the house for just under $50 million in 1990, Business Insider reports.
This isn’t the only massive property purchase Bezos has made recently. Variety reports Bezos became the new owner of the “Enchanted Hill” estate, formerly owned by late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. The “Enchanted Hill” estate covers 120 acres and is less than two miles from the Jack Warner Estate, Fox News reports.
While there is no public footage of the Jack Warner estate, Architectural Digest toured, profiled and photographed it in 2016. The historic home has hosted the likes of Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra, Doris Day and Judy Garland.
The previous record for largest real estate purchase in the area was held by Lachlan Murdoch’s $150 million purchase of the Chartwell estate in Bel-Air, CNBC reports. Architectural Digest toured the over 10-acre Chartwell estate late last year before Murdoch purchased it.