Jetsetter Madonna may be considering spending more time in the East.
The Bridgehampton home of Material Girl is getting the pop star treatment, with a recording studio underway on its 58-acre estate, Page Six has exclusively learned.
A source tells us that designer and builder Jeffrey Collé – who specializes in ultra-luxury Hamptons homes – worked on the planning, design and licensing of the project.
Colle also confirmed the news to us.
According to his biography, the design guru has worked with Wall Street tycoons and celebrities such as Alec Baldwin and Donna Karan. He also worked on a recording studio for Billy Joel in Piano Man’s Shelter Island home.
Madonna moved into her Hamptons rectory in 2015. Farrell Building Co. began building the estate in 2013, with allowed at the time showing that the house would have eight bedrooms, a finished basement with two staff rooms, as well as a heated pool and spa.
The expansive estate sits next to a horse farm she bought from photographer Kelly Klein, bringing her property to 58 acres.
The “True Blue” singer – who, at 62, performed a wild pride show in the Meatpacking District on Thursday night – is also a horseman. She broke several bones in one riding accident in 2005 and would have fallen a horse in the Hamptons in 2009. In April, she posted a picture of herself back in the saddle captioned “Never Say Never.”
The Queen of Pop has lived in London and Lisbon and also owns a penthouse on the Upper East Side.
She just dived a $ 19.3 million for The Weeknd’s sprawling Hidden Hills, Calif., spread in April. This three-acre home features seven bedrooms, nine and a half baths, a double-height ceiling, a chef’s kitchen, and an artists’ bar.