Simon Cowell has officially sold his mansion in Los Angeles for a whopping £19million. The Britain's Got Talent judge put the property on the market in July, after buying it for just £6million in 2004.
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It's located in the prestigious 90210 zip code of Beverly Hills, and after transforming it during his time there, Simon called it his "dream home".
"This is the place that I feel most at home in LA," he explained. "I love it here. I feel at home, at peace."
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Inside, the property has six bedrooms and six bathrooms, as well as a private movie theatre, a professional tanning salon, a state-of-the-art gym, a spa complete with steam room and massage tables, a solarium, a lap pool and an outdoor pool cabana with an automatic retractable roof.
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There's also a separate butler and maid quarters, and a 24-hour servant's kitchen.
Apparently, Simon invested £1million into a high-tech security system, with retina and fingerprint authorisation, to keep himself, his son Eric and his partner Lauren Silverman as safe as possible.
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As for décor, Simon opted for a monochrome theme throughout, with white walls and black accents seen in window and door frames and furniture. Even the building, constructed over a five-year period during which time Simon A OK'd every detail, is white with black pipes and balconies on each terrace.
Outside, the patio is white with black steps, and furniture includes white sun loungers and black umbrellas.
According to reports, Simon hopes to move to a quieter area away from Hollywood, in order to keep his family life out of the spotlight.
In the meantime, he also owns properties in Malibu, Wimbledon and Holland Park, where the family will have the choice of staying until they find somewhere else they would like to buy.
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