Inside Heath Hall - the historic London mansion Justin Bieber is renting for £108,000 per month
Justin Bieber's new London home costs £108,000 per month to rent.
Justin Bieber is renting a historic 15-bedroom mansion in north London for £108,000 a month.
The Canadian singer, who turned 22 in February, is thought to be relocating to Heath Hall in the UK after falling "in love" with the area of the home, according to the Mail.
The detached mansion comes with an indoor pool, home cinema, personal gym and even a five-car garage.
Bieber is expected to divide his time between London and Los Angeles - where he is currently based.
His new London residence has a colourful past. It was built in 1910, and has been everything from a family home to a base for Chinese government staff.
Take a look inside the historic Heath Hall.
This is Heath Hall, the 15-bedroom mansion in north London Justin Bieber is reportedly renting for £108,000 per month.
The Grade II-listed property was built in 1910, and was originally owned by William Park Lyle, a member of the Tate and Lyle family behind the sugar empire.
According to the English Heritage website, Heath Hall — formerly called East Weald — has been used as a home for the blind, as well as a hostel for Chinese government employees.
In 2006, it was bought by hotelier Andreas Panayiotou for £5 million. He renovated the property before selling it six years later for £25 million.
The mansion is spread across 36 rooms in 25 acres of land.
It contains a number of period features, such as this sweeping staircase.
It also boasts several modern luxuries such as a home cinema...
...an indoor swimming pool...
...and even a wine cellar.
The dining room seats up to 10 people. It contains some of the mansion's original features, such as the mahogany fireplace.
The enormous master bedroom has its own living area.
The 14 en-suite guest rooms are just as luxurious.
The 17 bathrooms are decked out in onyx marble.
There is also an outdoor swimming pool in the back garden.
As well as a tennis court.