Creed’s current roster includes Mark Ronson, Sara Bareilles and Troye Sivan – who was interviewed for Vogue’s 73 Questions while residing in the home.
Here, outdoor living is the main feature. The mid-century style residences — built in 1950 on a 20,395-square-foot lot — open to a central courtyard and heated pool surrounded by wood decks, mature foliage, and multiple lounging and dining areas.
Lined with concrete floors and walls of Venetian plaster, the main house offers original steel windows, an open living room with fireplace and dining area, both flowing seamlessly to the outdoors.
A Boffi Kitchen comfortably seats a few guest at the center island and is equipped with a built-in refrigerator and stainless steel stove.
Through French doors you’ll enjoy an indoor-outdoor flow from the master bedroom to a courtyard. And, the en-suite bathroom, entirely finished in marble slab, leads to a cedar spa and shower.
In true music industry style, the second house is a perfect spot for a detached production office, music studio or guest house. It includes an office, dining/gallery area, two bedrooms and a kitchenette. Outside the guest house is a detached laundrette.
The compound last sold in 2011 for $1.250 million. Moments away from the studios, Hollywood, and some of the best restaurants the city the home is currently on the market asking $4.750 million.
Interested in seeing this midcentury-style compound? Let’s talk.
Listing courtesy of Johnny Johnston – Compass