[Editor's note: This story, originally written Feb. 21, 2017 and updated June 9, 2017, was updated again on Feb. 12, 2018 once Selena Gomez's home landed back on the market.]
Pop singer Selena Gomez is selling her Fort Worth mansion. Again. The five bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom home priced at $2,999,000 is now for sale via Christie's International Real Estate. (It was previously for sale in 2017 by another company.) The mansion looks like it belongs on a golf course in California, with its lush, green lawns and spacious rooms fit for a celebrity.
Gomez's home is located in Montserrat, a gated community in southwest Fort Worth that includes homes priced in the $200,000s, according to Zillow.
But 4649 Saint Laurent Court, Gomez's 10,000-square-foot abode, is surely on the upper end of the neighborhood. The home is situated on 1.5 acres and has a tennis court, putting green, outdoor kitchen and pool. It was built in 2005.
Like cars? Selena Gomez's garage will hold 8 of them.
The home had previously been available but shared in secret "because of her famous name and security concerns," notes Candy Evans of Candy's Dirt. "Now, it's no longer being kept quiet."
Evans calls the $2.9 million listing "a terrific price."
Gomez, of course, was born in Grand Prairie. In fact, she visited her childhood home in Grand Prairie in January, taking a picture on the stoop. The Instagram photo was liked by an incredible 8.4 million people.
The "Hands to Myself" singer appeared on Barney & Friends as a child, as many Dallas-Fort Worth young actors do. She also starred on Disney show Wizards of Waverly Place and famously dated fellow pop singer Justin Bieber for several years. Her singing career has included sultry singles such as "Come and Get It" and "Good for You."
She was the first celebrity to hit 100 million Instagram followers.
Gomez took her Texas home off the market in 2017, PageSix reports, and purchased a California mansion for $2.25 million the same year.
Take a look inside Selena Gomez's $3 million home in Texas:
All photos courtesy of Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty