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DJ Khaled should be “on one” after unloading his sprawling Los Angeles mansion for $12.5 million — about $2.6 million extra than he paid for it in 2016.
The Grammy Award-winning musician and producer bought the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom palace to Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon David Amron and his spouse Jessica, according to Dirt.
Khaled, 45, paid $9.9 million when he bought the ten,681-square-foot dwelling from British singer Robbie Williams 5 years in the past.
The French Chateau-style pad is nestled within the gated Mulholland Estates group in Beverly Hills, dwelling to the likes of Paris Hilton, Christina Aguilera and Kendall Jenner.
Built in 1992, the extravagant property sits behind manicured hedges and a wrought-iron gate, photos show.
It opens to a grand two-story lobby with a curved staircase topped by a glass dome.
The rooms are largely conventional, painted white or cream, and a few have floor-to-ceiling home windows or glass doorways opening to the yard.
There’s additionally a recording studio, gymnasium, swimming pool with waterfall and an outside eating space with a kitchen, TV and hearth.
Khaled was the third musician to personal the home: It as soon as belonged to nation singer Clint Black, who bought it to Williams in 2002 for round $5 million.
The neighborhood is touted as one of many most secure in LA, although it made headlines in 2009 when thieves made off with $2 million in jewellery from Paris Hilton’s mansion there.
Ex-resident Charlie Sheen was additionally the sufferer of a break-in when he lived within the enclave. He reportedly bought his home there in January 2020 for $6.6 million.
Khaled’s pandemic-profit on his piece of Beverly Hills actual property comes after he bought certainly one of his South Florida properties at a loss, for just below $5 million, in June 2020.
The file producer had been in contract to promote his waterfront property in March, however the New York purchaser fell sick with the coronavirus and determined to not shut, sources beforehand advised The Post.