When it comes to sniffing out the right vein in music, we can say that Pharrell Williams has always had a nose.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for its real estate investments.

After losing nearly $ 5 million by selling properties at a loss in recent years, the artist would like to make up for it by making a nice capital gain on the house he owns on the heights of Los Angeles, in the area. by Laurel Canyon.

Purchased in 2015 for 7.14 million dollars, the interpreter of


had already put up for sale this very contemporary style house with five bedrooms and bathrooms spread over 560 square meters just over a year ago for $ 11.95 million.

But with this far too greedy price, no buyer has come knocking on the door, or rather the picture windows of Pharrell Williams.

Never mind, the singer has changed real estate agency and now hopes to get $ 9.995 million from his property as revealed by Dirt.

Beautiful assets

It is difficult to say if this substantial drop in price will hit the mark, but it is clear that Pharrell Williams' house is not lacking in charm.

Very high perched, the building offers a breathtaking view of the Los Angeles valley and has a beautiful terrace with swimming pool as well as a small guest house.

In addition, the ultra-modern and slightly cold construction of the building is counterbalanced by very woody furnishings, as well as the presence of a green wall in the living room.

Finally, the icing on the cake, the flat roof of the house is used with the presence of several photovoltaic panels to take advantage of the tireless Californian sun.

Come on, let's cross our fingers that Pharrell Williams finally makes a capital gain on the sale of one of his houses!


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