Ever the business-savvy superstar, Taylor Swift has another major achievement to add to her already impressive résumé—that is, owner of a designated historic landmark. The singer’s 11,000-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion just qualified for the title, and it’s no big shocker once you find out that the storied estate has hosted Hollywood’s elite, like Charlie Chaplin and Marlene Dietrich. Built in 1934 and once owned by big-shot Hollywood producer Samuel Goldwyn, the property includes a library, private screening room, swimming pool and tennis court. Taylor, who also owns properties in New York City, Nashville and Rhode Island, purchased the home two years ago for $25 million. And because of the new designation, she’ll have to get approval from the Beverly Hills Historic Preservation Committee before proceeding with any renovations—but with a home this iconic, we doubt she’ll ever need to.