It looks like God’s plan for Drake may not be America.
The award-winning artist may be leaving the United States for good after listing his Beverly Hills estate for nearly $130 million (US$88m) — the last of his properties in the country.
The 36-year-old has no plans of buying other property in the US anytime soon — adding that he is most comfortable in his hometown of Toronto, Canada’s largest city, an insider told The Post.
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He only purchased the sprawling 8.1ha California estate a year ago for $104m (US$75m) from English pop star Robbie Williams, who bought it in 2015 for US$33m.
Secluded in the hills above Benedict Canyon, the main home is situated on 20 acres of land and boasts seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.
The property boasts canyon, city and ocean views surrounded by lush gardens and grounds, according to the listing.
Features include the formal living and dining rooms, a gourmet kitchen with a breakfast room, a library and a two-family room — one of which doubles as a screening room.
There are an additional three ensuite bedrooms in the staff quarters.
Amenities include a garage for up to 11 cars, an in-house elevator, a wine cellar, a gym and a game room.
There is also a pool/guesthouse with a mosaic-tiled pool and an indoor/outdoor kitchen, as well as a hidden tennis court and an orchard.
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Around the same time Drake purchased the Beverly Hills estate, he listed his previous Los Angeles digs — a trio of properties in guard-gated Hidden Hills for $22m.
Eventually he sold two of the three properties to Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford for $11m.
He sold the last to Iran-born lawyer Makan Delrahim, a former US assistant lawyer general appointed during Donald Trump’s presidency, for $14.8m.
Meanwhile, Drake will remain on his home turf of Toronto, on the city’s affluent Bridle Path, where he custom-built his sprawling 4,650 sqm mansion after buying a 2-acre plot of land in 2015 for roughly $6.7m.
The home comes with all the amenities — which include an NBA regulation-size indoor basketball court crowned by a pyramidal skylight, a backlit slab of Nero Assoluto granite offering interchangeable atmosphere lighting over the pool — and in the centrepiece of the master bath, a whopping 1,815kg tub of faceted black marble carved from a single block.
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This story first appeared in The Post and was republished with permission.