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Photos: Lady Gaga's New $23 Million Malibu Mansion Has A Secret Bowling Alley

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Lady Gaga is now the owner of a gigantic Malibu mansion with a secret bowling alley.

Gaga bought the house for about $23 million, TMZ reports. The previous owner was Dan Romanelli, the founder of Warner Bros. Consumer Products Division, which owns TMZ.

The 10,270-square-foot home sits on six acres of beachfront property. It's got a great view, a stable for eight horses, a gorgeous pool, a gym, five bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and plenty of space for Asia, Gaga's frequently Instagrammed French bulldog, to play. It also has a secret door that leads to a home theater, an 800-bottle wine cellar and a bowling alley with two lanes, Curbed LA reports.

All in all, this 'South of France' style mansion is considerably less wild than the house Jay Z and Beyonce were rumored to be looking at in Beverly Hills. That $85 million homestead is twice the size and has a wall of candy dispensers.

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