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Taylor Swift might have welcomed us all to New York on her last album, 1989, but it's her home in Los Angeles that is making headlines today.
According to TMZ, the mansion Taylor calls home on the west coast now qualifies as a historic landmark for the city of Beverly Hills. (What a thrill!) The house, which was built in 1934, was once owned by Hollywood producer Samuel L. Goldwyn. The site reports that it was a mix of the past owners, as well as the architecture, that clinched the coveted status, which guarantees a tax break for the owner. The only drawback? The architecture is so iconic, that now Taylor will need approval from the Beverly Hills Historic Preservation Committee if she wants to renovate anything.
The singer-songwriter has a few other properties around the country, including one in New York City and the home in Rhode Island that hosts her annual 4th of July parties. Beverly Hills is far more local for Tay's squad of friends than her Rhode Island estate is, however, so fingers crossed that she'll host a party there sooner rather than later.
This story originally appeared on Teen Vogue.
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