Chris Brown Puts Graffiti Laced Hollywood Home
Christmas has come early for Chris Brown’s neighbors: It remains to be seen whether Brown is indeed Malibu bound, but the singer is definitely not long for the Hollywood Hills.
The troubled entertainer has officially put his home in the Hollywood Dell neighborhood of Los Angeles on the market. The listing comes after Brown clashed with fellow homeowners over a display of bizarre street art and murals that he had painted on the exterior of the property.
The murals are now gone, and Brown may be too. The Real Estalker was first to report news of the 24-year-old’s listing, which hit the MLS on Monday with a price tag of $1.92 million. Brown bought the house two years ago for $1.55 million.
Designed by architect Jay Vanos, the ultra-modern residence is certainly primed for a young Hollywood entertainer. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home spans 3,000 square feet and comes fully loaded with an elevator, custom LED lighting, high-end amenities and a host of luxury finishes.
As the Los Angeles Times notes, Brown’s residence sports an open-floor master bedroom that has a red standalone tub and a glass shower with massage features. Other highlights include a Baffi kitchen, an art studio, and a pool and spa with custom lighting, lap jets and a sand pit.