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Iggy Azalea buys Selena Gomez's $3.45 million house

SELENA Gomez has sold her old house to Iggy Azalea and Nick Young.

The 22-year-old 'Rudderless' star, who put her mansion in Tarzana, California on the market shortly after one of her stalkers was arrested "lurking outside" in January and moved into her new $3 million mansion in nearby Calabasas, has finally sold the six-bedroom property.

A source told Variety.com that the Australian rapper, 24, and her LA Lakers star beau paid $3.45 million for the lavish abode, which also includes a guesthouse with its own kitchen and balcony.

The main house boasts a formal living room, seven full bathrooms, a two-car garage, an open-plan kitchen, swimming pool, sports zone and a scenic backyard with a fire pit and barbecue area.

Selena decided to sell the house after a family member spotted Juan Garcia in her garden in January and called the police.

He was arrested after telling officers he was there "to see the singer in person" and was later sentenced to 120 days in Los Angeles County Jail for trespassing and ordered to stay at least 150 yards away from the 'Come & Get It' hitmaker for three years.

Professional basketball player Nick recently confirmed he and the 'Black Widow' had bought a new house and hinted they are close to getting engaged.

He said: "Me and Iggy just bought a house. We've been getting really close lately. I've never been with somebody like this."

Asked if they have talked about tying the knot, the 29-year-old star admitted: "It's come up a couple times."



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