The Studio City, California, home is where late rapper Mac Miller recorded his MTV2 series, “Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family.”
The Studio City, California, home where late rapper Mac Miller recorded his show, “Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family,” is up for grabs at $2.79 million.
Miller lived in the upscale pad with his friends prior to and during filming of the MTV2 series, which aired in 2013 and 2014. He used the lower unit as a recording studio.
Perched on a hill in the Silver Triangle neighborhood, the house offers six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in 6,220 square feet. An infinity-edge pool and spa fronts the property, and four balconies take in views of the canyon and city.
Through a double-door entry, there’s a dramatic staircase lined with Blue Barracuda granite and wrought-iron rails. The granite continues in the kitchen, accenting the backsplash and topping the center island. Other highlights include a formal dining room and a living room with a fireplace. Both feature Italian tile floors.
Upstairs, a master suite lies on a separate wing and has a fireplace, a spa tub and cherry hardwood built-ins. There are five bedrooms in all.
Miller, who died in September at 26, was a native of Pittsburgh. In addition to a bevy of mixtapes, he released five studio albums, including 2018’s “Swimming.” His first studio album, 2011’s “Blue Slide Park,” was the first independently distributed album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 since 1995.