Lana Del Rey News: ‘Born to Die’ Singer Moves to a New Malibu Home Out of Fear of Trespassers
Lana del Ray has reportedly moved into a new home in Malibu, which costs $3 million. The said move was apparently triggered by the singer's need for more privacy, as her former home in Hancock Park in L.A. is said to be "too accessible to fans."
According to an exclusive report by TMZ, Del Rey's fans would usually camp out in her Hancock Park home and there was even one instance that a fan managed to get in her backyard. Because of this, the singer has reportedly decided to buy the new Malibu beachfront property, which is secluded by rocks and has no neighbors, offering the privacy that the singer needs.
Daily Mail reports that Del Ray has previously said that "she's happiest going to the ocean," which makes her new home an ideal choice for her with its relaxing beachfront views. The beachfront property measures 2,860 square feet and includes three beds and four bathrooms.
From the outside, the Malibu home features a huge patio furnished with several pieces of furniture and directly facing the beach. Here the singer can reportedly hang out and sunbathe in peace, without worrying about onlookers or fans. Inside, there's a modest-sized kitchen and dining room with marble countertops and double wall oven. There's also a small huddle area that opens out to the patio, while a minimalist living room features wicker furniture and a flat screen TV.
The bedrooms all feature a minimalist design, with one featuring an open floor plan and a private bathroom. Another bedroom also opens out to the patio, offering breathtaking beach views. Del Rey is said to make further changes to the property.
Just recently, Del Ray has come up with a new album titled "Honeymoon" and teased a new teaser of her new single. According to MTV, the new clip features a 1960s to 1970s theme.