Lady Gaga’s New House Has a Bat Cave. Of Course It Does.

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She just paid 23 million bucks for a gorgeous, huge Malibu mansion, and it’s coolest feature is a Bat Cave. Unsure on the contents.

Gaga’s new abode was designed by architect Steve Giannetti, and was previously owned by Dan Romanelli, founder of the Warner Brothers Worldwide Consumer Products Division. The European-inspired home is equipped with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a bocce ball court, bowling alley, wine cellar, stables and a saltwater pool in the backyard.

You can be jealous and look at photos HERE.

But it comes with her own personal “Batcave” — accessed through a secret passage in the living room — that’s equipped with an authentic 1960s bowling alley and two basketball free-throw machines.

She also gets an 800-bottle wine cellar, a lighted outdoor bocce ball court, a saltwater swimming pool (other than the Pacific Ocean across the street at Zuma Beach), and a master suite with his-and-hers bathrooms and walk-in closets in more than 10,000 square feet of living space. The master bath designated “hers” has a soaking tub, “his” a rain shower and steam shower; both have bidets and heated stone floors. “His” closet also contains a safe room, with a Crestron security system protecting the entire estate.

I want heated stone floors in my bathroom. Someone get on that, please.

Yahoo!

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