While it may lack the sprawl of her former property, Halsey’s new L.A. home is no less stunning. Property records show that the popstar has had quite the busy real estate Summer, selling her Calabasas-area home for near asking before purchasing a Laurel Canyon home with some historic roots.
Halsey listed her sprawling Monte Nido property for $11.950 million earlier this Spring, offering the five-acre property with seven structures, including a gym, recording studio and “massage pavilion” and more. The listing found a buyer this past June, closing for the near asking price of $11,625,000.
Now, the singer has picked up a one-of-a-kind Laurel Canyon compound once owned by Geoffrey Emerick, the legendary sound engineer for The Beatles.
The private and gated 1929 Spanish home is nestled on a 1/2 acre lot, surrounded by mature trees and lushly landscaped gardens. The 1,200-plus square feet of living space boast cathedral wood-beam ceilings, French windows, original hardwood floors, custom built-ins with velvet mohair upholstery, intricate iron work and a wood-burning fireplace.
The split-level floor plan offers scale and privacy, while each room showcases designer finishes such as Japanese ceramic tile, original 1960s Carl Fagerlund pendant lights, un-lacquered brass fixtures by Waterworks, Agape sinks and toilets, Italian terracotta floors, 1950s Italian brass door handles, eight-foot solid wood doors, a Liebehr refrigerator and Bertazzoni appliances. Additionally, there is large rooftop deck with built-in seating, a wooden pergola and a gas-burning fireplace, embodying the finest in indoor/outdoor living.
And it appears Halsey really wanted the property, considering she paid $700,000 over asking. Originally listed for $1,799,000, Halsey closed at an even $2.5 million earlier this month.
Gia Casty with Compass held the Laurel Canyon listing while Joshua Myler with the Agency repped Halsey in both deals.