‘What Do You Mean’, Justin Bieber just moved to Barnet?

The Canadian pop heartthrob has moved into a luxury mansion in the Bishops Avenue, between East Finchley and Golders Green.

His new pad, a 15-bedroom mansion, is on the market for rent at £108,333 per week – around £1.3 million per year.

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For those in the area who hope to catch a snap of the singer – be prepared to say ‘sorry’ as the Biebs recently issued a blanket ban on all fan photos.

Though maybe the leafy estate will soften him up, as it is thought he has ‘fallen in love with the area’.

Aree Rand, partner at leading estate agents Knight Frank, said: “This is one of the capital’s most luxurious homes and offers state-of-the-art facilities including an indoor and outdoor pool, a spa, tennis court, home cinema and wine cellar.

“Roads such as this continue to hold massive appeal amongst the rich and the famous, and this is one of the few areas in London to offer larger properties with huge, secluded gardens.”

According to the agent, however, the property offers “complete privacy” which would be perfect for Justin as he dodges the paparazzi.

The 24,000 square-foot house was built in 1910 but had long been a run-down wreck by the time it was bought up and renovated by a property tycoon in 2006.

Yesterday, the star’s loyal army of ‘Beliebers’ had already gathered outside the home, having caught wind of the rumours, but there was no sign of the enigmatic singer.

According to a builder working onsite, one girl managed to walk straight past him without realising who it was until she was too late.

Bieber, one of the biggest-selling pop stars of the 21st century, has had several run-ins with the law, including driving under the influence and has been in therapy for anger management – such are the stresses of a childhood in the limelight.

But the quiet, North London luxury of his new pad may well help him turn a new leaf so, for those in Barnet who never thought they’d have the chance to meet their idol – ‘Never Say Never’.