Chris Brown Leaves Writing on the Walls of His Soon-to-Be-Sold Bachelor Pad
The bad boy recording artist made his mark with graffiti inside, if no longer outside, of his lux Hollywood Hills home.
It seems like just yesterday that Chris Brown, the recording artist, dancer and actor with the wild rap moved into the stylish, 3,000-square-foot home in the Hollywood Hills. He then proceeded to raise a ruckus in the neighborhood by having what local parents considered to be scary graffiti cartoon characters painted on the exterior walls.
Two years after his purchase for $1.55 million, the outside walls have been re-painted a ho-hum green, either to satisfy the neighbors or raise perceived value. But there’s still plenty of graffiti style left inside, just waiting to entertain the first buyer who is willing to pony up the current asking price of $1.92 million.
And it will be easy for that buyer to entertain others in what can be considered an extreme party house. The hillside backyard alone has a saltwater pool and spa illuminated by colored LED lights, and backed by a projection screen for displaying videos during a party or watching movies while afloat.
There are also waterfalls, a bridge and a fire pit outside.
Inside the three-bedroom, three-bath home, designed by architect Jay Vanos and completed in 2008, there are open rooms with huge windows and canyon views, an elevator, loft and art studio. There's also plenty of the same type of colorful graffiti that was removed from the outside walls.
The master suite is a stunner: The spacious room flows into a bathroom with a freestanding, bright red tub and a steam shower with a massage system.Brown is reported to be house hunting in Malibu, and is eager to move on.