In Southern California’s most expensive sale yet this year, music mogul Scooter Braun has spent $65 million for a massive modern farmhouse in Brentwood. Records show it’s the most expensive deal in the neighborhood’s history.

Braun, a record executive who has recently made headlines for his public feud with Taylor Swift, bought the brand new home of Larry Paul, a venture capitalist whose family is the second-largest owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Paying $11 million for the property in 2015, Paul razed the existing home and commissioned contemporary architect Noah Walker to create a 19,000-square-foot showplace on the nearly four-acre lot. Walker’s final product is a striking mixture of wood and stone that vaguely resembles a farm with boxes stacked on top of each other.

Indoors, large indoor-outdoor spaces mingle with amenities such as a movie theater, gym, and indoor swimming pool for swimming laps. Six bedrooms and 12 bathrooms complete the main house.

Set on a hillside plot, the property also has a swimming pool, pool house, basketball court and a series of extensive gardens. In the back, sleek patios and an outdoor living room offer views of the city, ocean and canyon.

At $65 million, it’s the most expensive sale to date on the Multiple Listing Service this year, beating the Hearst Estate, which once stood at $195 million and sold at auction in September for $63.1 million. Barron Hilton’s Bel-Air mansion, which traded hands for $61.5 million in May, is in third place.

It’s Braun’s second smashing home purchase in as many years. Last January, he paid $18 million for John Travolta’s Brentwood estate in an off-market deal.

Braun is a music executive best known for kicking off Justin Bieber’s career. He has also represented stars such as Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato. He co-founded RBMG Records with Usher and also founded Schoolboy Records and Ithaca Ventures.

H. Blair Chang of the Agency held the list. Douglas Elliman’s Josh and Matt Altman represented Braun.