Katy Perry, pop icon and “American Idol” judge, has secured a buyer for her guesthouse in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California at $7.45 million.
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In 2018, Perry purchased the Beverly Hills residence to accompany her nearby abode at a price of $7.47 million. The presumed reason as to why Perry acquired the property was to provide extra space for guests or visitors while still remaining within the gated community of Hidden Valley. However, in 2020, Perry decided to bid farewell to her additional property and placed her guesthouse on the market for nearly $8 million. As the listing price failed to attract prospective buyers, the price was reduced to $7.85 million in January. In March, the price was once more lowered to $7.7 million. By early May, a buyer was secured, and the real estate deal was closed at $7.45 million.
Built in 1960, the 4,400 square foot traditional residence has been renovated throughout the years and spans roughly one acre of land. The estate features four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Beyond the gated walls, the home opens to a spacious living area equipped with a fireplace and French doors leading to the outdoor space. The formal dining room opens to a terrace and overlooks the exterior grounds. The chef’s kitchen highlights a center island, breakfast area, and fireplace. Additionally, the interior layout of the main floor includes a family room, media room, built-in bar, and two ensuite bedrooms. Upstairs, the master suite spans an entire wing with a veranda, two walk-in closets, seating area, and sunlit bathroom with tub. The opposite wing of the upper level includes an ensuite bedroom, office, and gym. Stepping outside, the home’s landscaped grounds the feature a picturesque lawn, pool, and lounge areas.
Brett Lawyer with Hilton & Hyland represented the seller. Joshua Flagg with Rodeo Realty represented the buyer.