Camila Cabello Singing a Goodbye Tune to Her $4M Los Angeles Villa

Dated: November 19 2021

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Singer and songwriter Camila Cabello is belting out a goodbye tune to her Los Angeles home. The Cuban-born talent is asking $3.95 million for the ultra-stylish abode, according to the New York Post.

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The “Hey Ma” singer picked up the home just three years ago, paying $3,375,000. From the looks of it, the performer has already vacated the space.

The harmonious home certainly hits a high note. With a beautiful courtyard and elegant foyer, the 3,570-square-foot home comes with four beds and four baths.

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Built in 1977, the home features a mix of hardwood flooring, imported tile, and designer finishes.

In true Southern California style, retracting walls of glass connect the interior and outdoor spaces.

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The living room boasts a colorful tiled fireplace and flows to a family lounge. Adjoining the living area is a formal dining room topped by a candelabra-style chandelier.

The sunny chef’s kitchen is equipped with stainless-steel appliances, stone counters, a decorative tile backsplash, and breakfast bar.

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Upstairs, there are three en suite bedrooms, including the master with fireplace and walk-in closet.

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On the main level, a fourth bedroom has been converted into a state-of-the-art recording studio with a separate vocal booth.

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Outside, the backyard features a multilevel deck, saltwater pool, dining space, sitting areas, fire pit, fireplace, and barbecue.

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The villa boasts a surround sound system, security cameras, and a prewired intercom system. There’s also a laundry room and attached two-car garage.

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The home has even appeared on Instagram, with Cabello sharing a photo of herself stretching out in the living space in August.

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Just 24, the two-time Latin Grammy winner’s debut album, “Camila,” topped the Billboard 200. She recorded the hit song “Bad Things” with rapper Machine Gun Kelly. The tune “Hey Ma,” with Pitbull, was featured on the movie soundtrack of “The Fate of the Furious.”

Her song “Havana” was the top-selling digital download of 2018.

Denise Rosner with Compass holds the listing.

Source: Claudine Zap (Realtor.com)

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