Grammy nominated rapper Big Sean has purchased another Los Angeles abode, a $8.1 million Chateau style mansion, after recently bidding farewell to his former $11 million residence.
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Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, more notably recognized as Grammy nominated rapper Big Sean, has recently bid farewell to his Los Angeles residence. The property located in the exclusive Mulholland Estates gated community was officially sold two months ago at the whopping price of $11 million. Now, the American musician is making news with yet another real estate transaction but this time, as a buyer. Anderson has recently purchased a newfound residence in the guard-gated enclave of Encino, California for $8.1 million. The property was originally listed in May for $10 million but was ultimately sold to Anderson at a nearly $2 million discount. Reportedly, this space is slightly smaller than his previous abode but is a Chateau style mansion with elegant touches of French Normandy-style.
Built in 2005, Anderson’s lavish Encino mansion was completely renovated four years ago. Sitting on almost half an acre of lush land, the residence spans more than 10,000 square feet with six bedrooms and nine baths. Stepping inside the three-floor home, the interior showcases stone-clad features and luxurious touches evoking the elegant feel of a European chateau. The space opens to a soaring foyer with a winding staircase. The formal living room highlights dome skylights and a full library wall while the casual family room features a wood-burning fireplace and retractable glass doors leading to a covered, wood-lined patio with fireplace. The sleek gourmet kitchen is fully equipped with appliances and two sizable islands. Further into the home rests a formal dining room and a breakfast nook with French doors opening to an outdoor loggia with a built-in barbecue.
Upstairs, the primary suite boasts a cozy fireplace, private balcony, and walk in closet. The spa like bath presents dual vanities, a glass encased shower, and a freestanding soaking tub. The upper floor also offers a separate spa section with a sauna and massage room. The basement features its own relaxing and entertainment options with a mirrored gym, plush movie theater, 1,000-bottle wine cellar, and game room with wet bar. Stepping outside, the expansive exterior includes a grassy backyard, air-conditioned pool house, swimming pool, spa, brick motor court, and three-car garage.
Paul Coleman was the listing agent. James Harris and Alex Vichinsky of The Agency represented the buyer.
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