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Drake Plans 21,000 Square-Foot Mansion

05/19/2016
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(Radio.com) Toronto's brightest star, Drake, is building his dream home in the ritzy Bridle Path section of Toronto. The young hitmaker is applying for zoning bylaws exemptions to build a 21,000 square-foot mansion.

The proposed plans feature a basketball court, basement pool, and a covered terrace for a hot tub on the roof. According to The Globe and Mail, Drizzy wants to have rooms in his home specifically for "important artifacts" and a museum for jerseys.

The mansion will also be stocked with a spa, music and screening room, and a space for a tub positioned in front of a big screen television. The home is being designed by Ferris Rafauli and will sit on a two acre lot on Park Lane Circle. Read more here.

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