British pop star Robbie Williams lists Mulholland Estates home for $11 million
British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams has put his home in the star-studded Mulholland Estates area up for sale at $11 million.
Tucked between Beverly Glen and Benedict Canyon, and sporting a 90210 ZIP Code, the gated Mulholland Estates community has long attracted celebrity types: Christina Aguilera, Paris Hilton, Charlie Sheen and Slash count among past and present residents. Williams bought the French Normandy-style house more than a decade ago for $5.45 million.
The multistory home, built in 1992 and updated by the pop star during his ownership, has a classic yet contemporary feel. Subtle hues, sparkling chandeliers and a sweeping staircase wrapped in artful ironwork are among the eye-catching details. In other parts of the home, dark patterned wallpaper creates visual interest against detailed molding.
The 10,681 square feet of interior space has a two-story entry that opens to a living room and a dining room with a mirrored wall. A study, a gym/media room, a center-island kitchen, a circular breakfast nook, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms are also within the home.
The third-floor master suite, with a separate sitting room and lavish modern bath, has pocket doors that open to a balcony overlooking the grounds. An office with a recording studio sits off the master bedroom.
An outdoor living room with a fireplace, a built-in barbecue/kitchen and a swimming pool with a waterfall and rock spa fill ground of about three quarters of an acre. Views take in the city, mountains and surrounding canyons.
Jeff Kohl and Mauricio Umansky of the Agency are the listing agents. The listing was first reported by the Wall Street Journal.
Williams, 42, gained fame in the 1990s as a member of the pop group Take That. As a solo artist, he has released 10 studio albums and is among the bestselling artists across the pond.
He owns other real estate in Los Angeles.
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