Calvin Harris Wants $25M for His One-of-a-Kind Beverly Hills Compound

One sale is all it takes… That’s the tune Calvin Harris may be singing until his Beverly Hills estate finds a new owner. The DJ and record producer, behind such major hits as “One Kiss” with Dua Lipa and the Rihanna-led “This Is What You Came For,” has hopes to pull in a stunning $25 million for his five-structure compound. That’s nearly five times the asking price of one of his past LA homes, which he picked up in late 2017 for $5.5 million and listed less than two years later in March of 2019 for $5.75 million.

It’s also $10 million more than Harris scooped up this particular property for in 2014, according to the Los Angeles Times. But, such a price jump may be well-earned. Harris remodeled and reinvented the property, truly making it his own. The coolest spot? A two-story guest house transformed into two separate recording studios. Beyond that, the Scottish native’s spread also boasts less-niche features that all can delight in.

More traditional than some may imagine of a musician who often drops high-energy, club-worthy hits, the 2.7-acre property is dotted with gardens. Complementing them, the main house stands inspired by East Coast architecture, with Harris adding coffered ceilings and herringbone floors to the living spaces.

While the house and the studios may be where he spent most of his hours, the compound also holds a five-car garage/movie theater combination, security outpost, and gym. Talk about having it all.

Josh Altman and Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman hold the celebrity listing with 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms in total.