Chris Brown, the singer whose house in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles once drew the ire of neighbors for its graffitilike artwork, has sold his hillside residence for $1.69 million.
Although the exterior was repainted before the home went on the market, several interior walls in the four-story home still bore cartoon-esque characters in the listing photos.
An elevator and staircases connect the vertical house, which includes an art studio, a loft, three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,000 square feet of living space. A quirky open-concept bedroom features a red stand-alone tub and a glass shower in full view of the sleeping area.
The home’s front, along with a saltwater pool and spa, are illuminated by colored LED lights. There’s also an outdoor projection screen, stone waterfalls and fire pits.
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Brown bought the house, which was built in 2008, two years ago for $1.55 million. He had listed it at $1.92 million.
The singer-dancer-actor, 25, won a Grammy for his R&B album “F.A.M.E.” He is working on his sixth studio album, “X,” and planning a tour.
Los Angeles Times