Rock purchased the house in 2006 for $11.6 million and later listed it for sale in 2013 for $13.5 million. The property got sold four years later to Ryan Somers, a Beverly Hills businessman. Somers then sold it to the present owner — Diplo — for a cool $13.2 million.
The mansion finds itself on a 1.5-acre property. It includes an outdoor shower, a swimming pool and a private backyard in a tropical setting.
Scroll through for an intimate look at the DJ's new digs.
The 8,305-square-foot home is located on a spacious 1.5-acre space. It is surrounded by a rich landscape with tropical flora — only an exclusive invitation can get you inside, which has great natural lighting, large doors and a soothing design.
The home has a large sitting space. There's a built-in BBQ grill alongside a TV-mounted fireplace. The dining area leads into the kitchen, which features bar seating and a full range of top appliances.
Another lounge includes two large sofas (super cozy for sleeping!) and a center table. The wall is decorated with a painting, two sitars and wooden cabinetry.
Next to the bar is another large dining area. The banquet-style space includes wooden benches and a large wooden table at the far end. And just look at that lighting...!
The kitchen is in a large space with ample amenities and sitting space for four. The large window overlooks the foliage in the outside garden.
The master suite next to the bedroom is well-cushioned with a comfortable sofa and a large chair. Who wouldn't want to quarantine here?
The master bathroom features glass walls to gaze at the tropical greenery surrounding the stunning property. When you don't have time for a relaxing bubble bath, you can also slip into the sleek shower.
The downstairs living room that opens to the pool is another great place for the DJ to hang out and play some tunes.
There's also a guest house on the property with an outdoor swimming pool and seats for four. Diplo, we're coming for a sleepover!