Inside the stunning $14.5 million convent that a group of elderly nuns has been trying to stop Katy Perry from buying

Posted On: Jun 19, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Inside the stunning $14.5 million convent that a group of elderly nuns has been trying to stop Katy Perry from buying

Pop star Katy Perry has been involved in a legal battle over some Los Feliz, California , real estate since 2013.
The "California Girls" singer tried to buy a former convent from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles , but the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, who purchased the house in 1972 and lived in it until 2011, sold it to California restaurateur and developer, Dana Hollister.
The heart of the debate lies in the fact that both the Archdiocese and the nuns believe they have the right to sell the property.
The Earle C. Anthony house, as the convent has been called by its designer, is a 30,000 square-foot hilltop estate with stunning views of the LA area and beautiful medieval-looking architecture.
Take a look inside the estate and learn about the group of sisters who have been trying to prevent Perry from turning their LA convent into her new home.
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