Katy Perry Lists Mediterranean-Style Estate in L.A.

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Katy Perry’s former Los Angeles home, known as Park Hill, has a densely landscaped backyard with a natural feel that complements the lagoon-style pool. The pool is flanked by not one but two guesthouses.

"California Gurl" Katy Perry is selling yet another one of her California homes. In 2011, Perry and her then-husband – eccentric comedian Russell Brand – sold their classically inspired contemporary home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. Next up: a Mediterranean-style mansion in the Hollywood Hills.

The former quirky couple reportedly purchased the home – known as Park Hill – for $6.5 million in June 2011 but never actually lived there. After shopping the property around off the market for several months, the colorful pop star officially listed the it for $6.925 million earlier this month.

 A double gate surrounds the three-acre estate, which lies close to the legendary Chateau Marmont hotel and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Storer House. Inside, the Mediterranean-style home is full of opulent details and offers sweeping views of the city below. Other highlights of the property include a lagoon-style pool and two guesthouses.

About the House

Entryway: Katy Perry's Park Hill House
  • Location: Hollywood, Los Angeles
  • Listed By: Ernie Carswell of Teles Properties Beverly Hills
  • Price: $6,925,000

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