Chris Brown Sells Los Angeles ‘Graffiti’ Mansion for $1.69 Million
Chris Brown is chucking the deuces to his Los Angeles mansion. Breezy just sold his Hollywood Hills home for a cool $1.69 million.
The LA Times reports that the swanky pad, which made headlines last year for a mural decorating one of its outside walls, includes an art studio, a loft, three bedrooms and 3,000 square feet of living space. Outdoors, the home boasts a saltwater pool and spa with colored LED lights along with stone waterfalls and fire pits. There's also no shortage of romance in the house, since a red stand-alone tub and a glass shower can be viewed from the bedroom.
The house gained controversy when neighbors complained about Brown painting graffiti all over it, including several art pieces on walls inside the home. The singer fought back, citing protection for his art under the First Amendment. "The murals are a reflection of [my] aesthetic taste and a reflection of free speech and expression protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution," he said at the time.
Although the house has been repainted, the LA Times cites that the new owners can enjoy the 'New Flames' singer's artwork on several interior walls since they still remain.