Ariana Grande tells her “Thank U, Next”
mansion, which sold Wednesday for $ 14 million.
Located in the Bird Streets of Hollywood Hills – a celebrity favorite – the 10,000-plus-square-foot home sits above the city’s iconic Sunset Strip, according to the listing with Aaron Kirman of the Aaron Kirman group at Compass, who represented Ms. Grande in the sale.
The 28-year-old pop singer hadn’t spent long in the mansion. She purchased the four-bedroom, six-bathroom residence in June 2020 for $ 13.7 million, according to listing records.
The house was built in 2018 as a specific house and was linked to the Woodbridge Group, according to PropertyShark records. Woodbridge was founded by Robert Shapiro, who is serving 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to defrauding $ 1.3 million investors, the Wall Street Journal reported in 2019.
Mansion features include views of Los Angeles, the Pacific Ocean and beyond, retractable glass walls, a wet bar, wine cellar that can hold over 300 bottles, and a gourmet kitchen with a silk granite island black and Italian cabinets with brass accents. , according to the list.
The master suite on the entire floor includes a sitting area, two sinks, a bathtub and a dressing room worthy of a pop star. There is also a media lounge, gym and sauna, as well as an infinity pool surrounded by a terrace.
Matt and Josh Altman of Douglas Elliman represented the buyer, which remains a mystery as public records are not yet available. Agents declined to comment.
The Bird Streets, so famous for their streets named after birds, are one of the favorites of the Hollywood elite. Residents include Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Jodie Foster, Keanu Reeves, and Chef Bobby Flay.
Ms. Grande, known for her hits such as “7 Rings” and “Bang Bang” and for coaching on The Voice, also purchased a 300-year-old estate in Montecito, California last year. The wood-frame house, purchased through a trust for $ 6.75 million, was sold by daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and actress Portia de Rossi, Mansion Global reported.
Mr. Kirman declined to comment for this article.
Ms. Grande’s representatives did not immediately return requests for comment.