Singer Halsey recently purchased a historic mansion in Los Feliz, California. According to trade media, he paid $5 million for the place.
This is the second property Halsey has purchased this year. The first was a house in Laurel Canyon, California, that belonged to Geoff Emerick, the recording engineer who worked on four Beatles albums. The singer paid $2.5 million for this place.
Both purchases came shortly after the Calabasas property was sold.
Going back to the newly purchased house in Los Feliz, it must be said that the place It was built in the 1920s to the design of architect Arthur W. Larson. The site was originally built for restaurateur and civic reformer Clifford Clinton.
The historical significance of this place was reaffirmed by its preservation in 2011 the status of a historical-cultural monument the angel.
Halsey managed to purchase this property for less than the original asking price that was $5.8 million.
The media claims that the property is located in a busy area of Los Feliz; However, the place is quite private and safe. This is thanks in part to the high fences and stucco-covered walls.
The main house It has an area of 6,000 square meters Distributed over two floors with multiple bedrooms, bathrooms, hallway, living room, main room, dining room, kitchen, laundry room and other amenities.
Highlights include a wood coffered door, vaulted ceilings, tenon and groove hardwood floors, large windows, a curved fireplace, hand-decorated ceilings and more.
One of the residence’s greatest luxuries is her Cinema hall with a capacity for six people.
In addition to the main house there is a garage with space for three vehicles.
Outside there are green areas with a terrace, swimming pool, dining room and other spaces ideal for enjoying nature.