When pop culture icon Carmen Electra was on the hunt for a bachelorette pad in 2016, she set her sights squarely on this stylish home in the Hollywood Hills. Now, she’s ready to move on to something new, listing the 3,852-square-foot property for $2.95 million, just about $800,000 more than what she paid for it.
While the five-bed, five-bath abode looks quite traditional from the street, the entertainer, 49, has some surprises indoors. Upon entering, guests walk into a glamorous double height foyer with a sweeping black and white staircase. Dramatic chandeliers, dark wood floors, concrete fireplaces and bold furnishings are found throughout the residence, where Carmen has also added some special personalized touches (think: a glass wine cellar stocked with stilettos and a carved wood swing in the living room).
Unusual for SoCal, especially when it comes to celebs, there’s no pool on the premises — but a stone waterfall transforms the secluded terrace into a serene oasis.
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Fit for a Hollywood goddess: The villa, complete with Corinthian columns, sits in the Mt. Olympus neighborhood.
Ready to rock! Instead of a table, there’s a drum kit set up in the designated dining room.
There’s plenty of natural light in the minimally decorated living room, courtesy of the giant bay window.
Electra, who lives with her Pomeranian Roxy Reign, often posts photos whipping up meals in her beautiful kitchen.
Just off of the custom open-plan kitchen is a breakfast nook with blush pink chairs.
“I don’t really drink wine, so I decided to make it a shoe museum,” the Scary Movie actress said of getting creative with her space.
The Playboy model frequently poses for pics in the foyer, where music memorabilia adorns the wall. Carmen who collaborated with Prince in the 90s, has plenty of artwork dedicated to the late artist.
Carmen can easily kick back in the oversize main bedroom, which sits on the second floor.
Self-care central: The glitzy master bathroom has a makeup vanity, soaking tub and no shortage of mirrors.
With lush plants and funky seating, the veranda gives off tropical vibes.