Louis Tomlinson sells $ 6.4 million Los Angeles house


After a change of realtors and more than a year in the market, English former boybander Louis Tomlinson has succeeded in landing his own white elephant at the Hollywood Hills home, although it is at an early loss. The 28-year-old 6,000-square-foot mansion, an architectural-fluid structure perhaps best described as neo-Georgian, meets contemporary Spanish Revival inspired by Art Deco, sold for $ 6.4 million – the outpost estate neighborhood. Big money for but almost a million dollars less than what Tomlinson paid for the property in 2016, not including taxes, maintenance and heavy real estate fees. Tax records show that the buyers are a wealthy but non-famous married couple, both executives of security companies in the fintech industry.

Inside, the four-bedroom and five-bath structure is glamorously modern, with ebony-stained hardwood floors, a variety of expensive midsummer furniture, top-of-the-line stainless appliances, and buttermilk-colored walls. Built in 1937 but extensively renovated, the red-tiled roof structure also offers a grand master retreat with a living area, dual walk-in wardrobe with custom built-in and a freestanding tub in the middle of the room Huge bath. , A herringbone pattern between black and white marble floors.

But the most valuable feature of the property is that it occupies a prominent position in the hills; There are jetliner views from the Hollywood sign to the downtown horizon from the backyard and most rooms in the home. The house climbs an initial stairway, but there is still enough backyard space for the infinity-edged swimming pool, an ample concrete deck for al fresco recreation, and several giant palm trees.

Tomlinson, who released his solo album “Walls” earlier this year, continued to maintain a traditional-style home a few miles outside London, to mimic reviews.

The listing was conducted by Eric Levy of Sotheby’s International Realty; Amy Angler of Compass repats buyers.