Coronavirus and Your Money: Special Coverage
By Megan Stein / People
February 6, 2017

When Lady Gaga wasn’t slaying or mic dropping at the Super Bowl LI halftime show, she was kicking back in this $20 million estate in Houston, Texas, courtesy of Airbnb. The 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom property, also known as Villa Encantado, boasts classic architectural styles and all of the amenities Gaga and her crew could possibly need, including a resort-inspired pool, movie theater and fitness center.

“Thank you @airbnb for the gorgeous home in Houston for #SB51,” Gaga wrote in an Instagram post the morning after the big game.

The backyard looks like it was plucked straight from a high-end hotel, and boasts plenty of places for Mother Monster to unwind by the pool (and beneath the picture-perfect palm tree).

At 9,768 square feet, the estate comfortably fits multiple living areas. This classic-styled space sports vaulted ceilings, ornate chandeliers and views of the home’s gorgeous surroundings.

The chef’s kitchen offers everything the Super Bowl star would need (including a limestone fireplace!) to whip up post-game snacks.

The generously sized master wing comes complete with an impressive ensuite and, like all bedrooms in the home, an expansive walk-in closet.

An onyx- and marble-clad bathroom awaits the Joanne singer in the master suite. Spa extras including a large tub and shower area are also included in this dramatically vaulted space.

A traditional game room keeps the Super Bowl spirit alive, while a bocce court outside serves as the perfect spot for a little friendly competition. A fully equipped gym with a sauna is also available to keep guests in their best game-day shape.

This movie theater that comes with all the works — including a personal popcorn maker — is the perfect spot to watch post-show highlights!

The expansive outdoor space is easily the winner of this estate. A wood-fired pizza oven, jacuzzi, sitting areas and more await on this gorgeous terrace that showcases the best Texas has to offer.

This article originally appeared on People.

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