With a new single out and midway through his probation sentence, Chris Brown is dumping his Hollywood Hills home, listing it for $1.92 million.
Undoubtedly both Brown and his neighbors are relieved that he is moving on. The embattled singer seems bent on leaving his more controversial days behind him, and many of them centered around his residence. Neighbors’ complaints about the graffiti-like art on the walls surrounding the home led to a citation from the city.
“It’s like devils on the wall — big scary eyes and big scary teeth, and just the whole vibe is not what we’re used to,” the president of the Hollywood Dell Civic Association told the L.A. Times.
Also on their list of complaints? Fast driving and crazy parties.
Now that Brown has the home on the market, the murals and fancy sports cars are gone. What remains is a contemporary Hollywood home, located at 2738 Rinconia Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068.
The 3-bedroom, 3-bath home has a 3,000-square-foot floor plan designed for entertaining with an elevator, custom LED lighting, high ceilings, walls of glass and “exotic stones.” The house also includes a saltwater pool, spa and sand pit as well as an outdoor patio with fire pits, stone waterfalls and a projection screen.
Brown also has another home on the market in L.A., a West Hollywood unit where he also had some issues with his neighbors. Tenants complained that Brown parked in handicap spots, blared music and even raced dogs down the hallways. The condo is currently listed for $1.695 million; it was first listed for $1.895 million in May 2012.
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