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Pharrell Williams’ New $30M Miami Mansion

Producer/artist Pharrell Williams‘ has bought a new mind-blowing Miami mansion to ride out the coronavirus quarantine.

The star has moved into the luxury waterside property during lockdown – and it’s more than enough to make him “happy.”

The 47-year-old is the owner of the palatial property located in Coral Gables, Florida.

The 17,025-square-foot estate boasts 3.3 acres, nine bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and 35 feet of stunning waterfront, more than enough for his wife Helen Lasichanh, 39, and 11-year-old son Rocket.

The multi-million dollar property includes a wine cellar holding up to 2,000 bottles, a library, a pub-style bar, a large living room complete with a fireplace and – if he’s feeling tired – an elevator that travels between the floors.

The second-floor rooms all come with spacious balconies that overlook the swimming pool in the backyard and all have a view of the water.

The outer area is just as impressive with rows of palm trees, a koi pond, coral rock pathways and a boathouse.

Of course, there’s a large space for outdoor cooking and dining, perfect entertaining guests after the lockdown is over. was built in 2006.

It hit the market in 2018 for $45 million.

A source told the Post: “He had been looking for a while, but he made a move quickly because he wanted to be quarantined there.”

The grounds are simply stunning with a vast amount of trees and greenery, along with a boat house area to keep and vessels he has.

An immaculate lawn and sprawling grounds means you can get lost in the garden – and never have to leave.

A majestic palace to be in during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, it’s clear to see why he wanted to be quarantined in this palatial property.

The Happy star sold his Beverly Hills mansion last month for a slightly less $16.95 million.

Plus he owns a place in the Hollywood Hills estate that he purchased for $7.14 million that he’s had since 2015.

The multi-talented singer-songwriter is now the proud owner of the Miami mansion, known as El Palmar.

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