It might seem like Selena Gomez has a very full plate at the moment, what with releasing a new song, hanging out front row with Anna Wintour at Coach and frolicking around Italy with her new boyfriend, The Weeknd.
Now that the singer-slash-actress-slash-Justin Bieber ex is back in the United States, subtly posing in Starboy merch and living her life as the most-followed Instagram account ever, she’s focusing on finally selling her massive Fort Worth, Texas mansion.
Gomez purchased the five-bedroom, 6.5-bath abode for $3.5 million in November 2015; apparently it was her “dream home,” and she bought it so she could spend more time in her hometown of Texas with her family. “The media room won me over the minute I walked in,” Gomez said via a Sotheby's International Realty press release—but who wouldn’t love lounging in a home movie theater with friends and family, especially when you’re part of the Taylor Swift #squad?
Gomez has been quietly shopping the 10,016-square-foot house on the market, but only recently decided to publicly list the estate, and disclose that she is the owner—actually, her friend and current Los Angeles roommate Ashley Cook informed a local Texas blog of that fact, and why she’s selling now. “She is so busy, she ended up only spending holidays there,” Cook told the blog, adding she helped Gomez furnish the place. “Her work schedule takes her all over the place. But she really loved hanging out with her family in that media room.”
Other than this media room Gomez was so infatuated with, the three-story home features luxe outdoor space, like a lagoon-style saltwater pool with a waterslide and spa, an outdoor kitchen and cabana, a tennis-sport court and a putting green. A photo op of Gomez and the Weeknd on that putting green is what Instagram is made for.
The two-story home, equipped with no less than three fireplaces, is situated on 1.56 acres within a gated community in Montserrat, according to the listing shared by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty brokers John Zimmerman and Todd Terry.
Gomez is willing to take a loss on the property—it’s listed for just $3 million. But when you make $500,000 per Instagram post, maybe losing that amount on a house sale just doesn’t matter quite as much.