Live Large at Big Sean’s Mulholland Estates Mansion Now Listed for $12.5M
True to his stage name, Big Sean is making big moves. The rapper listed his Beverly Hills home last week, a mansion the LA Times reports he purchased from Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash in 2017 for $8.7 million. At that time all clashing prints and loud colors in keeping with the rockstar’s tastes, the property underwent an extensive renovation upon Big Sean’s acquisition in order to imbue a cleaner California look. Now asking $12.495 million, the serene property with city views sits revitalized and ready to do the same for its new owner.
Located within the elite guard-gated Beverly Hills enclave of Mulholland Estates, the impressive home sits on a half-acre lot and spans 10,971 square feet. That sprawling floor plan, spread across three levels and counting 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, uniquely melds the popular open concept style with more traditional layouts. Wide-open archways bridge the formal spaces at the front of the house, while in the rear, the family room and kitchen enjoy less clearly-defined boundaries.
Downstairs lies a snazzy home nightclub, full bar, 13-seat movie theater, and recording studio. With such a suave zone for work and play, it’s no wonder big names in music have gravitated to this stunner. Even more enticing now in these times without concerts or nightlife. The perks keep coming outside, where an outdoor living room, fireplace, BBQ area, pool, and spa make hanging out under the sun an easy “yes.”
David Parnes, James Harris, and Alex Vichinsky of The Agency hold the listing.