Miley Cyrus’ new $5m ‘horse friendly’ Hidden Hills mansion featuring a lagoon-inspired pool and patio fireplace

MILEY Cyrus purchased a $5 million "horse friendly" mansion in Hidden Hills, California.

The Los Angeles estate is settled in a gated community and features a lagoon-inspired pool and patio fireplace.




The house measures just 6,000 square feet and is located on 1.2 acres of land.

Miley's new home was built in the late 1950s, though it has been heavily renovated inside and out over the years.

The home has a semi-open concept and vaulted ceilings, with a timber plank ceiling that has been whitewashed in an attempt to make it feel more modern.

While originally built with a brick fireplace and a master suite ieldstone fireplace, the original amenities have been replaced with an in-wall gas fixture.

Outside of the house features paddocks, a lagoon-inspired pool with a stone water feature, stone walkways and a tile patio that includes a fire feature.


While the estate has a number of things to brag about on the outside, the inside of the home also boasts a number of amenities.

The home includes a screening room with comfortable brown chairs to lounge in.

The 27-year-old singer will likely enjoy the screening room with boyfriend Cody Simpson, 23.

In addition to a spacious master bedroom, the house also includes a nicely sized bathroom with a white freestanding bathtub.



While the lagoon-inspired pool will make most people jealous, the home also features an envy-inducing patio that is situated in the backyard.

The gorgeous patio is settled on a stone floor and features a couch, two chairs and a table.

The house is noticeably very white and features a number of white furniture pieces with many of the walls painted the classic color.

In front, the house features a long staircase that leads to the sidewalk.

The open windows allow natural daylight to light up the inside of the house, while the front door also includes a large glass window.

While Miley is currently dating Cody, she was previously married to actor Liam Hemsworth.

The former couple dated on-and-off for nearly ten years before they tied the knot during a private ceremony in 2018.

They called it quits and separated in August 2019.

The Party in the U.S.A. singer and Hunger Games actor, 30, finalized their divorce in January 2020.


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