Taylor Swift just turned 27, but she is apparently already considering her legacy.
The pop star has requested her mansion in Beverly Hills — the Samuel Goldwyn Estate — be considered for designation as a Local Historic Landmark, according to the Beverly Hills News.
Swift purchased the home at 1200 Laurel Lane for $25 million (it had been listed for $39 million, so Swift got a pretty good deal). It was built by the legendary producer Samuel Goldwyn in 1934 and was designed by architect Douglas Honnold. It has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a library, card room, theater and servants quarters above the garage. Goldwyn’s son Samuel Goldwyn Jr. inherited the house, and Swift bought it after his death in 2015.
The meeting to determine whether the house qualifies as a landmark is happening later today.
Swift also owns another smaller house in Beverly Hills, two homes in Nashville (a duplex penthouse and a home), a mansion in Watch Hill, RI (where she hosted her famous July 4th party) and a $20 million apartment in Tribeca. [BHN]