Built in 1992, the singer has lived in the Mulholland Estates property for more than a decade, having purchased it for $5.45m in 2002. With the home now listed for $11m, he’s set to make a significant return on his investment.
According to The Agency, the real estate firm handling the sale, the seven-bedroom property is traditional yet modern, having been newly restored to full glory. Spread over 10,600 sq ft, the mansion boasts 11 bathrooms and picturesque views of Los Angeles’ city, mountains and canyons.
Williams has lived at the home with his wife and two children, so the residence is promoted as having a “young family-oriented floor plan”. That means if comes with high ceilings, oversized rooms and a large supply of areas for entertainment.
The luxury so far suggests you’ll never want to leave, but you won’t need to – with a pool, spa and gym, there are plenty of opportunities to be active on site. Great for when you’re left feeling guilty after overindulging at the inevitable parties you’ll be throwing.
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Other amenities include an outdoor kitchen and living area, while a roomy garden is teamed with two terraced patios. For more sophisticated meals, however, a formal dining room is on hand – that means you’re covered when you have guests over for an important business dinner.
Given that the home belonged to a world-famous musician, there’s also a media room available, while there are quarters for service staff too. The master suite, meanwhile, also has a neighbouring recording studio.
And speaking of neighbouring, the guard-gated Mullholland Estates community comes with residents including business leaders and A-list celebrities, so don’t be surprised to bump into the likes of Christina Aguilera, Paris Hilton or Charlie Sheen.
Williams told WSJ: “After over a decade in the same location, we felt it was time to explore a new part of town.”
Clearly property is a lucrative space – it allowed this entrepreneur to party with Hugh Hefner at the Playboy Mansion.
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