Scottish DJ Calvin Harris has just sold his Hollywood Hills home, giving us a glimpse at his surprisingly stylish interiors.
The sleek L.A. compound boasts 4,100 square feet of main living space as well as a separate two-story 2,000 square foot detached guesthouse with private recording studio, and an outdoor pool with a convenient wet bar, not to mention breathtaking views over Hollywood.
The world’s-highest-paid DJ, Calvin Harris, originally listed the four-bedroom, six-bathroom property for sale for £7.7 million in January 2016, but had since been renting it out until it finally sold at the reduced price of £5million.
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We don’t know why it’s taken so long to sell as the interiors are pretty gorgeous.
Inside, the open-concept living space includes a spacious living room with a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The building may date back to the 1940s, but the interior has been extensively updated, while still incorporating some characterful period touches, including the 18-foot high wooden beamed ceiling, original fireplace and statement chandelier, as well as original wood floors.
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A nearby family room with a fireplace and multiple sets of French doors lead out onto the wraparound deck…
…and also offer a glimpe into the dining area beyond.
There’s also a cosy bar area, with built-in banquette seating.
The home office features a wrap-around desk space and a neutral colour scheme.
The chef’s-style kitchen includes striking black cabinets and a modern kitchen island with breakfast bar, as well as a custom farmhouse-style wood dining table.
Glass sliding doors open directly from this dining space out to the terrace and swimming pool.
We imagine the outdoor pool area was perfect for hosting parties.
The master suite is spans two floors, with the bed up on a mezzanine balcony. The bedroom also comes with a double-height private sitting area featuring glass doors that open out onto the swimming pool and a lofted sleeping area with its own lavish bathroom.
The bathroom includes a deep Jacuzzi-style soaking tub and separate walk-in shower, with his-and-hers sinks, plenty of storage and a benched bay-window sitting area.
The attached two-story guest house is no less extravagant, with a double-height guest suite with its own black marble fireplace and an impressive two-story wall of windows.
The guest house opens onto a private decking area outside, ideal for dining alfresco.
The guest house also houses a private recording studio with soundproof walls. It’s currently filled with a range of guitars and relaxing sofas – presumably for taking time out between recording sessions.
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Wooden decking wraps around the entire house, flowing between the various terrace spaces and swimming pool.
There’s a secluded outdoor seating area and balcony, where guests can relax on the large grey sofas, surrounded by plants for privacy, with the bright lights of Los Angeles visible in the distance.
The 36-year-old has amassed an impressive property portfolio over the past few years; he also owns a second Hollywood Hills mansion, plus a ten-bedroom Beverly Hills home, and another £10.6million property in Bel-Air.
He’s been shopping in the UK too; in 2016, Calvin Harris reportedly spent £2.3 million on a five-bedroom Somerset house for his parents to relocate to from the family home – a bit of an upgrade since apparently buying his mother a new vacuum cleaner with the first money he earned from making music.
The property was listed for sale on Realtor.com.
Photography / Realtor.com.