Singer Katy Perry has sold her fortress-like compound in Hollywood Hills West for $5.565 million.
The double-gated Mediterranean-style house, built in 1925, sits on nearly 3 acres with a caretaker's apartment/carriage house and a guesthouse.
Called Park Hill, the house features a baronial stone foyer with a sweeping staircase, a two-story living room, stained-glass windows and a carved fireplace mantel in the living room, a pub, a study and a media room.
Including a four-room master suite, two guest suites and staff quarters, there are seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and 8,835 square feet of living space.
Perry, 29, released the album "Prism" in 2013. Among her previous albums are "One of the Boys" (2008) and "Teenage Dream" (2010), which included five No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 list.
She bought the property in 2011 with then-husband Russell Brand for $6.5 million, but never occupied it. They divorced in 2012.
Ernie Carswell and Christopher Pickett of Teles Properties, Beverly Hills, were the listing agents. David Coe of Keller Williams represented the buyer.