Zedd Sells $18.4 Million Beverly Hills Mansion: Photos
Zedd purchased the lavish mansion in 2018 for $16 million before selling it to "black-ish" creator Kenya Barris.
Zedd is surely *happy now* that he has some *clarity* after selling his modern Beverly Hills home.
Despite those corny Zedd puns, read on to discover photos of the superstar DJ and dance music producer's former home, which he recently sold for a cool $18.4 million. He purchased the Beverly Hills mansion in 2018 for $16 million and has now flipped it to Kenya Barris, the Emmy Award-winning creator of black-ish, according to Dirt.
The spacious, 11,000-square foot house sits below the famed Mulholland Drive in Benedict Canyon and features a state-of-the-art chef's kitchen, Korean barbecue-style grills, an indoor-outdoor gym and a soundproofed movie theater with a 4K laser projector.
The property has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, and it's situated on a 3.2 acre lot, per Dirt.
The home features a stunning outdoor patio with an infinity-edge pool, hot tub and fire pit with panoramic views of the mountains in the backdrop.
The primary entrance of the mansion is something out of a futuristic movie. It features a slew of contemporary stylings, such as stunning floor-to-ceiling windows to let in Southern California's sunlight and capture the views.
Shortly after Zedd purchased the home, he gave Architectural Digest a tour in 2018. It even comes with a Skittles machine and an intricate LEGO art installation. Check out the full tour below.[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=RF-Mqs2qC-M[/embed]
Zedd's timeless dance tracks have helped in part to purchase this beautiful home. One of those records is his remix of Empire of the Sun's "Alive," which turns 10 this year alongside Avicii's "Wake Me Up" and Martin Garrix's "Animals," among others.
Last year, Zedd celebrated the 10-year anniversary of "Clarity" by performing a special symphony show at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles with a 50-piece orchestra.