Singer Sia Furler sells her high-profile house in Los Feliz
Australian Sia Furler, known for her collection of elaborate wigs as well as her voice, has sold her home in Los Feliz for $4.75 million.
The “Elastic Heart” and “Titanium” singer bought the distinctive house in June for $4.7 million and listed it for sale after only four months of ownership. Sia, who goes by the single moniker, is known to like her privacy. Perhaps the unusual house, designed by Angelus Temple architect A.F. Leicht, was too high-profile.
The fanciful home, built in 1924, centers on a step-down living room adjoined by a circular sunken sunroom. Features include ornate wood accents, stained-glass murals and elaborately shaped windows and ceilings.
A rotunda entry, a dining room, a den/office, a billiards room with a bar, a library/study, six fireplaces, five bedrooms and four full bathrooms and a powder room are among other rooms within the 5,161 square feet of living space. The master suite features its own balcony. Views take in the cityscape and canyons.
A spa, gardens, fountains and lawn complete the grounds of more than a third of an acre.
Sia, 40, has released seven studio albums, including “1000 Forms of Fear” with the hit “Big Girls Cry.” “This Is Acting” is her latest album.
Richard Ehrlich of Westside Estate Agency was the listing agent. John Davenport of John Aaroe Group represented the buyer.
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