Wiz Khalifa desires $4.5 million for contemporary Encino house
Rapper Wiz Khalifa is hoping for a hit in the San Fernando Valley, placing his Encino house of 3 years on the marketplace for $4.5 million.
The listing comes as not a surprise; last month, the Grammy-nominated hip-hop celebrity spent $7.62 million on a somewhat bigger spot a couple of miles away.
Khalifa got this one for $3.4 million in 2019 a year after it was constructed. Billed as boasting "transitional contemporary style," the 5,875-square-foot home draws the eye with an elegant exterior of white stucco and rich wood.
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Inside, the two-story floor plan incorporates clean lines, open areas and a lot of glass. There's a chef's cooking area with a falls island, a family room with an 100-bottle wine bar and also a two-story entrance hall covered by a floating wood staircase under 25-foot ceilings.
Elsewhere are six bed rooms, 5.5 bathrooms, an office, a lounge and a cinema room, which Khalifa painted during his stay. He also made some modifications to the amenity-filled backyard, including a basketball court beside the guesthouse.
A balcony hangs off the rear of the residence, taking in sights of the Santa Susana Hills as well as neglecting the quarter-acre premises total with a dining patio area, fire pit, swimming pool and day spa.
Alan Taylor of Compass and Brian Capossela of Cap Equity Realty hold the listing.
Khalifa, whose actual name is Cameron Thomaz, has released six studio albums because 2006 including his launching, "Show as well as Confirm," and also 2011's "Rolling Papers." His hits include "Black as well as Yellow," which came to a head at No. 1 on the Signboard Hot 100, and "See You Once more," which appeared in the film "Angry 7."