Has the normally fearless Rihanna been scared off? Less than three months after her privacy was shattered in a home invasion burglary, the singer is selling her Hollywood Hills home, RadarOnline.com can confirm. Less than three months ago on September 26, LAPD officers responded to a burglary call from her mansion. Just a few days later, four men were arrested in connection to the home invasion ring, which also targeted other Hollywood heavyweights, like rapper Chief Keef, Dodgers baseball player Yasiel Puig, football player Robert Woods, singer Matthieu Tota and film producer Daniel Fogelman were reportedly among the victims. The alleged gang members have been charged with 33 felony counts, including such charges as criminal street gang conspiracy and first-degree residential burglary. Though the culprits were caught, it seems Rihanna still wants to flee the stunning home she lived in for just one year. See gorgeous photos of the A-list property in Radar's gallery.
According to real estate website Trulia.com, RiRi’s house has 6 bedrooms, 10 baths, and is more than 7,100 sq ft.
She bought it on June 16, 2017 for $6.8 million, and is now selling it for $7.5 million.
But that’s a steal, considering Trulia values it at more than $8.3 million.
According to its official description, the house is a “spacious contemporary-traditional estate on close to half-an-acre” located above the famed Sunset Strip, and “offering tranquil tree-top and city views.”
“The property is gated, private and has been updated with state-of-the-art systems including a movie theater and a fully equipped gym.”
The main floor, which features a chef's kitchen, opens to a large family room and is next to the formal dining room.
The living room comes complete with a cozy fireplace and leads to a billiard room and a guest suite.
A master suite and sitting area can be found on the second floor, along with another fireplace, a spa-like bathroom, and three other bedroom suites.
The grounds are said to be “perfect for entertaining with extensive space overlooking an infinity pool, the grassy yard and ample parking.”
This was not the first time that Rihanna’s Hollywood Hills mansion had been burglarized.
In May, a man was arrested after he allegedly broke into the house and spent 12 hours inside before being discovered the following day by Rihanna’s assistant.
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