Inside Drake’s $65M mega-mansion holiday home – featuring INFINITY POOL, CINEMA and MOAT

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As one of the richest rappers, it’s no surprise that Drake has good taste when it comes to his getaway spots – and the mega-mansion where the star recently stayed is no exception.

Known as Elementi, the seven-bedroom property is nestled in the Trousdale area of Beverly Hills, California, and is worth $65 million.

The extravagant exterior features a moat-style bridge leading to a large pivoting front door, over water that cascades down past a dining room suspended over a lower courtyard.

Measuring 18,000sq ft, the house has fourteen bathrooms, a great room dressed in marble with ocean views, and an atrium open from the roof to the lower floor.

The master suite cantilevers over a balcony and has two glass walls capturing stunning views, along with dual marble baths and a skylight.

The ground floor and basement is designed with entertaining in mind, with a 150-year-old imported Mediterranean olive tree in the atrium.

Luxury additions include a wellness centre and gym, a home cinema, an infinity pool and a 2,000-bottle wine cellar.

The rapper is believed to have recently rented out the luxurious pad after scouting out properties in the upscale area to add to his portfolio.

The star already has a collection of properties in LA, as well as his $100 million home in Toronto.

Trousdale Estates was developed in the 1950s and 60s and is spread out on over 400 acres of land.

Famous residents past and present include Elvis Presley, Katy Perry, Simon Cowell, Jennifer Aniston and Richard Nixon.

Elementi is listed with Aaron Kirman of Compass, Los Angeles.