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Taylor Swift’s mansion is officially a historic city landmark. Pictured: Singer attends the 64th Annual BMI Pop Awards held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills on May 10, 2016. Getty Images/Mark Davis

Taylor Swift now owns a historic landmark.

The “Blank Space” singer has requested the government to designate her home in Los Angeles as a historic city landmark. On Tuesday, Swift’s request was approved, making her L.A. mansion a property to be preserved, Mansion Global reported.

The five-member council who approved the request included the mayor and the vice mayor. All five voted unanimously to approve Swift’s application. “I think this is a true community gem and really so thrilled that this will be landmarked and preserved,” said Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse. The official also thanked the “Shake it Off” singer and her team for restoring the home.

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Swift, 27, bought the four-bedroom mansion from Hollywood producer Samuel Goldwyn in 2015 f or $25 million. The "Bad Blood" songstress spent an undisclosed amount hiring architects to survey and restore the property to its original condition.

According to Curbed Los Angeles, the mansion was built in 1934 for movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn Sr. The Georgian-style estate is located behind the Beverly Hills Hotel.

Among the historic features in Swift's home are its tennis court, pool with a pool house, a curved patio sitting area and stepped terraces. It is also equipped with a library, card room, a theater with 35mm projection, guest suite with private entrance and staff lodging above the garage.

It was not clear how much Swift spent in restoring the mansion and why she chose to do. Some believe that the ”Wildest Dreams” singer wanted a historic designation for her home to boost its value. However, the designation of historic city landmark also comes with its own set of rules and inconveniences.

An official designation means that Swift cannot just renovate her home anytime she wants without consulting officials. Future construction needs special approval from the city to ensure that it will not damage nor alter the historic integrity of a property.

Swift owns several properties in Westerly, Rhode Island, New York City and Nashville. According to People, her Tribeca penthouse, which she purchased from director Peter Jackson in 2014, is also under renovation. However, the process isn’t as smooth as the one in Beverly Hills.

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