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Aviciis luksusbolig was sold secretly - went for megabeløp

on Tuesday, it was known who inherits millionformuen to the world-renowned artist Tim Bergling (28), better known as Avicii.

According to Expressen, leaving the late musician over 231 million Swedish kronor, which is equivalent to 222 million Norwegian kroner.

Inherits the 222 million after son's death

In documents which have been made public for the skatteverket in Sweden, shows that it is the parents who will inherit the fortune. This is because Bergling either, leaving wife or children.

Not on the open market

In the papers will also appear, further details about which values the 28-year-old put on.

Avicii-owned among other things a luksusbolig in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, as he constantly shared pictures of social media. Today, writes Expressen that the 650 square meter store house, Avicii bought in 2013, never was laid out on the open market before it was sold in august.

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A cuddle a day keeps the instinct away. (The hunting instinct.) (Just kidding.)

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Even paid Bergling 15.5 million dollars for five years ago, and it was eventually sold for 17.5 million dollars, which corresponds to about 151 million nok.

According to People, the new owners access on a plot of 1200 square meters, where the residence contains six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, an infinity pool, spa and a lounge.

It is not publicly known who purchased the residence.

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