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Photos: Drake's New Hidden Hills Ranch Is Next To His Fancy Hidden Hills Mansion

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If you are Drake, you can own not only one, but two Hidden Hills homes.

Hidden Hills, a tony gated community near Calabasas, is a favorite neighborhood among celebrities—Kim, Kanye, Bieber, and more have all lived there.

According to Trulia, Drake purchased his new $2.85 million home—which is right next to his other lavish Hidden Hills estate—last summer. The four-bed, five-bath home was built in 1955 and comes with a swimming pool, pool house and guest house. It's a much more subdued home, and is being "considered a complement" to the mansion he purchased in 2012 for $7.7 million. The original has a tennis court, a wine cellar, and of course, a grotto:

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Drake's main house. (Courtesy of Trulia)

Gossip blog VladTV indicates that Drake bought the house because his neighbor complained about boisterous parties, but that must be a reference to the Future track "Where Ya At," in which Drake said, "I'm self-made, selfish with my women, self-employed, I'll buy the neighbors' house if they complain about the noise."