Oprah Winfrey, who's currently worth $2.9 billion according to Forbes, just dropped $8.275 million on a secluded, 43-acre compound on Washington state's Orcas Island, one of the largest islands in the San Juan Islands archipelago between Seattle and Vancouver.
The 8,000-square-foot, four-bedroom, 5-bathroom estate, which has the nickname "Madroneagle," is comprised of two adjoining parcels that Winfrey reportedly bought separately.
Take a look inside.
The estate has breathtaking waterfront views on nearly 3,000 feet of west-facing shoreline, open terraces for "al fresco" dining, a wine cellar, fitness center, game room and music studio.
The home also features custom touches like a wood-fired pizza oven, radiant floor heating and reclaimed wood and ironwork throughout.
The three-story main residence has a copper and slate roof and cabin-like interior finishes including rare reclaimed woods, hand-forged iron work and "wood floorboards reclaimed from the old Sears' building in Chicago," according to Variety. It also has a dining room, kitchen with skylights, office and a library.
Outside, the grounds includes an Asian garden, water wheel sauna and a private beach.
In addition to Winfrey's new island retreat, she also owns a home in Montecito, California, which she nicknamed "The Promised Land;" a $29 million equestrian ranch with views of Santa Ynez Mountains, also in Montecito; 1,000 acres in Hawaii; and both a $14 million home and a 60-acre property in Mountain Village, Colorado near Telluride.