Eight time Grammy award-winning artist, Usher, found himself ‘Caught Up' in the real estate world once again. The R&B and pop sensation relisted his gorgeous 1926-built, Spanish-style villa in August
and has finally found a buyer for it, though not for the price he had in mind. Originally listed for $4.2 million and last on the market for $3.5 million, the residence is currently in escrow for $3.3 million, according to Variety
.Beautiful exteriors incorporate an abundance of greenery and warmth, with intricate shrubbery offering privacy above LA’s Sunset Strip. The 4,261-square-foot, five bedroom, four and a half bathroom home exudes contemporary elegance, while staying true to its Spanish style with charming traditional characteristics. Architectural details such as stenciled wood ceiling beams and oval French doors add character to the unique structure. White walls and dark floors allow for statement pops of color such as the green, herringbone-pattern tile fireplace in the living room. Windows bring in a cascading flow of natural light while offering stunning views of the city.The home boasts a media lounge, outfitted with blackout curtains and a music den, fit for any musician who walks in. Outdoor terraces with detailed tiling, brick, and wood bring a lively, authentic aesthetic while offering plenty of room for entertainment.Timothy Enright of The Enright Company
has the incredible listing.