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Inside the dream home Dwayne Johnson just bought his mom

Looks like Dwayne Johnson is an enormous momma’s boy.

Worth an estimated $270 million, the actor, entrepreneur, and former wrestler dropped $3.48 million for an Encino, Calif., home for his mom, Ata.

This marks the third home he has bought for her over the years, together with a home in Florida. But Johnson defined how this one was further particular.

“When I was a little boy, I hated when my mom would cry ~ these days, I’ll happily take her tears of joy,” Johnson, 50, defined in an Instagram post. “I surprised my mom and bought her a new home. Took me and my design team 8 weeks to get it ready, where she could walk thru her front door for the very first time and everything she saw was brand new and a total surprise.”

“I’ve been lucky enough to have bought her a few homes over the years, but this one is special as she’s told me over and over these past few years, ‘After a lifetime of traveling, I want this home to be my last. Thats my dream,’ ” he revealed. “Mom, there’s no greater feeling than to make you happy ~ welcome home.”

The home is made up of six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.
The home is made up of six bedrooms and 4.5 bogs.
The great room.
The nice room.
The family room.
The household room.

Records obtained by The Post present that Johnson bought the six-bedroom, 4 and half-bathroom, Cape Cod-style home in September. But his mom didn’t transfer in till lately.

Spanning over 4,400 sq. toes, the gated home comes with luxurious finishes that embody an excellent room with French doorways, a chef’s kitchen with navy cabinetry, a customized tile backsplash, Carrera marble counter tops, and a lounge with a hearth and white vaulted ceilings.

The kitchen additionally comes with a breakfast nook.

The major suite options direct entry to the outside space, a spa tub with twin sinks and a freestanding tub.

The chef's kitchen.
The chef’s kitchen.
The breakfast nook.
The breakfast nook.
The formal dining room.
The formal eating room.

Pegged as a “bona fide Los Angeles sanctuary,” the hedge-enclosed yard options an expansive garden with a number of lounge areas, a built-in barbeque, citrus timber, a recreation space, and a pool and spa.

Johnson posted three video clips of his mom strolling into the home for the first time.

In one video, which is ready to the set to the famed “Over the Rainbow” cover by late Hawaiian singer Israel Kamakawiwo’ole, Ata, 73, will be seen approaching the home.

Above the entrance hangs an indication studying “Le Samoana” — a nod to his mom’s Samoan ancestry.

The primary suite.
The major suite.
The primary bedroom.
The major bed room.
The pool.
The pool.

In two extra movies, Johnson gave a tour of the inside, declaring significant points of its inside décor.

One room, which Johnson labeled the “Smackdown Room,” showcases rock/DJ memorabilia over the years.

Another room showcases her assortment of classic ukuleles mounted on a wall. Of the images additionally seen in the space, Johnson wrote: “I was able to unearth pictures of our ancestors that she hasn’t seen since she was a child growing up in Samoa.”

F. Ron Smith with Compass held the itemizing.

Meanwhile, Johnson shelled out $27.5 million for a sprawling six-bedroom, 12-bathroom Beverly Hills mansion in April 2021.

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