The singer has been recently working hard to restore her $25 million home in Beverly Hills to its original 1934 condition. Swift bought the house in September of 2015.
The property was previously the family estate of iconic Hollywood producer Samuel Goldwyn. Swift did such a good job that the estate got the seal of approval by the Beverly Hills Cultural Heritage Commission. The commission's five members voted to turn her digs into a local landmark.
The Beverly Hills City Council has to finalize the historic destination in a future ruling, but this win is apparently a major first step.
To ready the home, Swift's architects performed a number of upgrades on the property. The 100-year-old oversized windows have gotten a major overhaul, in addition to the columns in the pool cabana and plastic moulding on the curved interior staircase. The wooding fencing on the property was also reconstructed.
If the home is approved as a historic destination, the city will have to sign off on any future construction to ensure the historic integrity of hte property isn't altered.