Pentatonix’s Mitch Grassi floats scenic Hollywood Hills home for sale
Mitch Grassi is tuning in to the Hollywood Hills housing market. The Grammy-winning a cappella singer of Pentatonix and Superfruit fame just put his scenic home perched above Mulholland Drive on the market for $1.829 million.
It’s a short stay for Grassi, who bought the place for $1.73 million in 2018, records show.
The single-story home occupies a third of an acre and holds two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open floor plan with a bold black fireplace at the center. Across the 1,654-square-foot interior, French doors frame views of the city, canyon, Griffith Park and the Hollwood sign.
A massive deck — accessed by the living room, dining area, master bedroom and bonus room — spans the entire backside of the home. Out front, glass block windows and a wood front door break up the clean, contemporary exterior.
Grassi, 27, co-founded Pentatonix in 2011, and soon after, the Texas-based a cappella group gained fame by winning NBC’s singing competition “The Sing-Off.” Over the last decade, the group has released six studio albums and won three Grammys.
Merrie Kung and Binyamin Ben-Liaou of Rodeo Realty hold the listing.
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