What does it take to get your home listed as an historical landmark? Taylor Swift wants to know.
This week, the mega pop star put in a request to have her Beverly Hills mansion considered for listing as a local historical landmark, the Beverly Hills Courier reports.
Swift purchased the $25 million home, formerly owned by famed movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn, in September 2015. Goldwyn is the grandfather of "Scandal" actor Tony Goldwyn.
According to the local paper, "Swift wants to make sure that the classic, historic home is preserved."
The 10,982-square-foot mansion has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. The lavish property was originally built in 1934 and also features a movie theater, gym, library, pool and pool house.
The 27-year-old singer-songwriter also owns three other homes: a condo in Nashville, a penthouse in New York City and a beachfront property in Rhode Island.
Us Weekly reports that the Beverly Hills Cultural Heritage Commission voted in favor of Swift's landmark request and the city council will vote to finalize the designation at an upcoming meeting.