It's okay, Pharrell Williams officially has no roof over his head in California.
After selling off a house near Sherman Oaks for $14 million a little over a year ago, the artist has finally sold the last property he owned in Los Angeles.
It was a villa with a modern and atypical design which he had been trying to get rid of for nearly two years.
He managed to sell it for the modest sum of 9.2 million dollars, which constitutes a nice capital gain on the 7.14 million dollars that he had paid to acquire it in 2015. But it is much less than the $12 million he originally asked for!
As revealed by Dirt, Pharrell Williams found a buyer in the person of Francis Davidson, the founder of Sonder, an accommodation rental platform that is the main rival of Airbnb.
Also, for the record, know that this house appears in the 2011 romantic comedy
Crazy, Stupid, Love
with Ryan Gosling and Steve Carell since it is the bachelor pad of the seducer camped by the star of
Here, Pharrell Williams, who has lived in Florida for several years, has finished cleaning up his real estate portfolio.
He remains the owner of a gigantic mansion bought for $ 30 million in 2020 in Miami as well as a house in his hometown of Virginia Beach.
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