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Katy Perry Gets Rid Of Russell Brand Baggage, Sells $6.5 Million Hollywood Home They Bought Together

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Dec. 31 2013, Published 3:33 p.m. ET

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Hear her "Roar."

Katy Perry took a loss in ridding herself of the last remnant tying her to ex-husband Russell Brand, Park Hill, the West Hollywood mansion she bought with the British comedian for $6.5 million in 2011 when they were still married.

The couple split up after just 14 months and never moved into their luxurious three-story, 1920s Mediterranean style house in the Laurel Canyon area that is sometimes referred to as the DeWitt Mansion.

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Perry, who was granted the property in the divorce, has received an unknown price for it, but the house had recently dropped to $5,988,000, and estimates she will lose more than $500,000 on the deal.

According to realestalker, the three acre estate includes a 8,835 square foot main house with seven bedrooms, seven full and four half bathrooms, a double height living room with city views and a formal dining room with a hand-stenciled honeycomb pattern ceiling treatment.

Russell Brand

The property also includes a detached garage, pool house, and, on the hillside above the lagoon-style swimming pool, a one-bedroom and one bathroom guest house with a separate entrance.

Perry, who's now making romantic music with boyfriend John Mayer decided to buy an $11.2 million Hollywood Hills residence instead of living on the estate she was supposed to share with Brand. Their divorce was final in 2012.



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