New face, new house.
The Weeknd, born Abel Tesfaye, is selling his Los Angeles penthouse for $22.5 million after shelling out a whopping $70 million on a Bel-Air mega-mansion.
It has only been two years since the special effects-loving singer-songwriter purchased the abode in 2019 for $21 million, records show, so he won’t see much of a payday if he can find a buyer.
The artist’s sale would beat Matthew Perry’s record for pricey real estate. The “Friends” actor recently unloaded his penthouse in Century City for $21.6 million last year.
Made up of four bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the Weeknd’s home, taking up the entire floor of the building, spans 8,000 square feet.
Features include a 360-degree view punctuated by the Hollywood Hills, Bel-Air and the Los Angeles Country Club — revealing an overall expanse stretching from Downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean, according to the listing.
There is a private state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen and an entertainment bar with a TV wall. The primary suite features a private gym and a lavish bathroom with a jewel-box steam shower.
The Weeknd sold his Hidden Hills home last February for $22 million.
His latest album, “dawn FM” is set for a Jan. 7 release.