Taylor Swift wasn’t joking when she reportedly bought her $17 million Rhode Island mansion in cash back in 2013.

The 11,000-square-foot seaside mansion was built in 1930, sitting on the highest point in Watch Hill, Rhode Island. It is a house to die for with 700 feet of shoreline as well as a beautiful scenic view of Little Narragansett Bay thanks to the large windows of the house.

In 2011, the home was listed at $24 million. This is not a problem for the singer-songwriter whose net worth stands at a whopping $360 million.

The mansion includes seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms along with a circular drive that leads to the pillared front door. The award-winning artist’s house is also decked out with classic New England decor.

Taylor has been known to throw Fourth of July parties. The dreamy house, sitting on five acres, was even the venue for Swift’s insane Fourth of July party back in 2016.

Recently, a 32-year-old man by the name of David Paige was arrested when he was found near the home, reportedly acting suspicious. The police in Westerly, Rhode Island allegedly found 30 lock picks, gloves, a crowbar, a baseball bat, and an array of other suspected burglary tools. Paige intended to “catch up” with the singer. Thankfully, Swift was not at home at the time.

But the 29-year-old Grammy Award winner and owner of several lavish mansions has been enjoying a flourishing career more and more. With the release of her “Lover” album, fans have been all over her.

A Twitter account dedicated to Taylor wrote in a tweet that Swift’s “The Archer” is now “the most acclaimed song” among the three singles released from the album.

Another fan replied to the tweet, writing that it is what Swift deserves.

A different fan said in another tweet that they are going to spend all their money to get all the versions of the album. The fan further stated they love the singer so much.

Swift’s seventh album, entitled “Lover,” will be out on August 23.

Taylor Swift attends the 2019 InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globes After Party. Getty Images/Rich Fury