Rapper Big Sean feels that it's time to get rid of his stunning estate in Mulholland Estaes. With the help of James Harris and David Parnes from The Agency, the 32-year-old put his abode — which he purchased in 2017 for $8.7 million — on the market for an asking price of $12,495,000.
Big Sean — whose real name is Sean Michael-Leonard Anderson — bought the property from Slash, who purchased the home in 2009 for $7.3 million.
Scroll through to see photos of Big Sean's contemporary/transitional residence.
The enchanting seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom home is situated in the prestigious, 24-hour, guard-gated Beverly Hills enclave of Mulholland Estaes.
The bright and spacious two-story entry leads to the formal living and dining rooms, family room with a bar and magnificent chefs kitchen.
The modern details and design of the masterfully refreshed contemporary/transitional residence can be seen in the oversized living room with grandiose glass doors that lead to the exceptional backyard.
The formal dining room, with a fireplace and views of the manicured property, is perfect for a large family gathering or feast with fellow A-list rappers.
Who wouldn't enjoy whipping up a meal in this open-concept chefs kitchen with double marble islands? And we can't forget about the stainless steel appliances and two fridges — because one is obviously not enough.
The 10,971-square-foot estate captures far-reaching canyon and city views from almost every room.
The exquisite master bathroom offers a steam shower, which is situated in the middle of the room, spa bath and a walk-in closet.
There are numerous spaces throughout the property for entertainment. The lower level includes a nightclub, 13-person+ theater and a sleek recording studio.
If Big Sean can't "Bounce Back" after a night out in L.A., he can spend the evening watching a movie in his theater.
The entertainment continues in the resort-style backyard with an outdoor living room, fireplace, pool, spa and expansive grass lawn.
It's hard to complain when sitting by the fire and watching the sunset from one's own secluded oasis.