A 20-year-old YouTube star just bought a $6.9 million mansion — take a look inside

  • Social media star Jake Paul has reportedly bought a new mansion in Calabasas, CA.
  • It covers 15,000 square feet over 3.5 acres, and he paid $6.9 million for it.
  • Paul had previously stirred up controversy by annoying his neighbors.

Twenty-year-old social media star Jake Paul has a habit of annoying his neighbors, so anyone who lives near his new, $6.9 million mansion in Calabasas should be on high alert.

Before Paul reportedly bought it, the home had been listed for $7.395 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. 

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The mansion sits on a total of 3.5 acres of land.

Built in 1990, the house features incredibly high ceilings and large rooms.

The entrance leads to a spiral staircase that rises three stories.

While the home seems to be designed with a family in mind, Paul indicated in a recent video that he'll share it with his friends from Team 10, his management company for social media stars.

They'll have plenty of room to hang out in the home's common areas ...

... which include a home theater.

The kitchen has a total of four ovens, as well as a coffee maker and temperature-controlled wine closet.

Some of the rooms, like this office, have eccentric designs.

There are a total of eight bedrooms.

The master bathroom has a shower with an aromatherapy feature.

Closet space will not be an issue.

In the backyard, the sizable pool has an excellent view.

Hopefully, Paul and his friends will have enough room to avoid annoying their new neighbors.


Paul, who became famous by making short videos on the now-defunct social media platform Vine, has built a following of over 11 million subscribers on YouTube. He also acts on the Disney Channel show "Bizaardvark" and started a management company for social media personalities.

After he claimed that his neighbors tried to kill him in July, it makes sense that Paul would be looking for a new home. 

Here's what his new, 15,000-square-foot mansion looks like. 

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