Taylor Swift's Beverly Hills Home Officially Declared A Historic Landmark

Taylor Swift's Beverly Hills, Calif. mansion is officially a historical landmark.

Travel + Leisure reports that the five-member Beverly Hills City Council unanimously approved Swift's request to make the building a historical landmark on April 4, 2017.

Built in 1934 by MGM Studios co-founder Samuel Goldwyn, the house, the Beverly Hills Courier states, sold to the "Shake It Off" singer for $25 million—a significant bargain considering that the property was listed for $39 million. Swift, 27, reportedly commissioned a historic assessment from two architects, Barbara Lamprecht and George Taylor Louden, soon after she purchased the estate.

"I think this is a true community gem and really so thrilled that this will be landmarked and preserved," Beverly Hills' Mayor Lili Bosse told Mansion Global after Swift's California home was officially recognized.

According to Curbed LA, Swift's 11,000-square-foot home, which she bought in 2015, had previously housed several notable members of Hollywood's elite, including Marlene Dietrich, Charlie Chaplin, Clark Gable, and Frank Capra. As for the property's features, the mansion boasts a library, a home theater, a tennis court, and, of course, a pool and nearby pool house, among many others.

Honestly, we'd expect nothing less from the superstar.