The Beverly Hills City Council has approved Taylor Swift’s L.A. home as a historic city landmark.
Taylor bought the 11,000-square-foot, 4 bedroom estate from the heirs of Hollywood producer Samuel Goldwyn, co-founder of Goldwyn Pictures, which later became MGM, in 2015 for $25 million.
The house was originally built in 1934, and sits just behind the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Historic features of the home include a tennis court, pool, a curved patio sitting area and stepped terraces, which have all gone untouched since the 1930s.
The home also includes a library, card room, a home theater with 35mm projection, and staff lodging.