Grammy winner Bruno Mars has sold a house along the border of Studio City and Hollywood Hills West for $3,347,500 in an off-market deal.
The Hollywood Regency-style Contemporary features 11-foot-tall frosted-glass entry doors and retractable walls of glass that bring in expansive cityscape and mountain views.
Fronting a 10-vehicle motor court, the imposing 1964 home has stone columns along the facade. The walled and gated house features a single-story open floor plan.
The 4,074 square feet of living space contains living and family rooms, three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a powder room. The master bathroom features radiant heat flooring, a sauna, a two-person steam shower and a massage and gym area.
An eight-camera system along the perimeter of the grounds provides security, according to details from 2012, when Mars bought the property for $3.254 million.
There's a swimming pool at the back of the house and a three-car garage.
Earlier this year, Mars bought a two-acre estate in Studio City for $6.5 million. The 9,033-square-foot Mediterranean-style house, built in 2000, sits on two acres with a covered lounge, an infinity swimming pool with a spa and a children's play area.
He also sold his place in Hawaii this year.
The singer-songwriter, 30, is working on his third album. He has released two studio albums, "Doo-Wops & Hooligans" (2010) and "Unorthodox Jukebox" (2012), the latter of which won a Grammy Award for best pop vocal album. He was Billboard's artist of the year in 2014.
Mars has been invited to headline the Super Bowl 50 half-time show.