Pharrell Williams Buys Los Angeles Home for $7.14 Million
Singer Pharrell Williams buys Los Angeles home for $7.14 million.
For a contemporary-styled estate in Los Angeles, ‘Happy’ performer dropped almost $7.5 million.
His newest property will make him to travel west coast more often. The singer can enjoy the 4,415 square feet in peace.
The 1.55-acre gated property on Laurel Canyon has two structures.
The glass-walled main house has five bedrooms while the two-story guest house features one bedroom.
A total five full and two half bathrooms are a part of the property too.Designed by L.A. based architect Hagy Belzberg, the hillside house features expansive use of glass walls and sliding doors between the rooms to give an uninterrupted visual and physical transition.
Oversized windows render unobstructed vistas from almost every corner of the home.
Pharrell’s estate offers all the premium amenities that you can find on other celebrity mansions, plus some more breathtaking views of the city.
The house was originally listed for $9 million, according to Curbed, but the 11-time Grammy award-winner only ended shelling out $7.14 million.
The house previously set a record for priciest mansion in Laurel Canyon when it sold for $5.6 million in 2009.
Pharrell’s new den is inviting with all-glass front door, glass-walled living room with extra high ceiling, wrap-around canyon, stainless steel floating fireplace, a courtyard-style motor court, a dining deck with built-in barbecue station as well as an infinity-edge lap pool with integrated spa.
The kitchen holds dove grey cabinetry, snow-white quartz countertops, a center island with four-seat snack and beverage bar, along with a full suite of sleek Euro-style stainless steel appliances.
An adjoining dining space has a full wall of built-ins that incorporates open book shelves, enclosed storage cabinets and a large, wall-mounted flatscreen.
The master bedroom comes with a deluxe bathroom that is fitted with floating vanities, a glass-enclosed shower stall and a free-standing soaking tub set in front of a wall of floor to ceiling windows.
And a roomy terrace above the garage and just off the front door acts as a viewing platform for films and other projections that can be shot over the motor court.
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