In November 2021, Camila Cabello listed her home, situated high above the Sunset Strip, for $3.95 million. The Hollywood estate is a Mediterranean revival – complete with Spanish-style architectural features and a courtyard that is ideal for summer parties.
The 6,300-square-foot estate utilizes its long and narrow design by blurring its indoor and outdoor living spaces – from the open-plan living room to the retracting glass wall that overlooks the saltwater pool. These quirks make the property one of the most stylish in California – and one of the world’s best homes.
Singer Camila Cabello, who was a member of the band Fifth Harmony before launching her solo career, paid around $3.4 million for the home three years ago. Since then, the property made headlines after singer Shawn Mendes’ car was stolen from the driveway. Camila has since upgraded the security system (including a prewired intercom and security cameras) to minimize the risk of another incident.
The villa is a maze of design inspiration, from the fashionable entryway ideas that set the tone for property – to the primary living room that seamlessly leads to the swimming pool.
The living room’s boldly-toned furnishings similarly create a contrast against the neutral surroundings while complementing the colorful Spanish tiled fireplace.
Similarly, the home exhibits white kitchen ideas through its monochromatic scheme. This includes a marble-topped island and wooden cabinetry that maintains the home’s chic palette.
These colors flow into the tiled-dining room that maintains the indoor/outdoor living experience through its use of rich greenery and clever use of natural light. The space is drenched in SoCal sunlight through its arched windows that make the narrow room feel light and airy.
The upper two levels include three en-suite bedrooms and a master suite with another fireplace and a stylish walk-in closet. Originally, the home had a fourth bedroom, but this space was used by Camila as a recording studio.
The singer also added a vocal booth inside the attached two-car garage, laundry room, and hallway bathroom, naturally.
Beyond the opulent interiors, the exterior space offers a host of garden ideas – with its multi-level deck that stands as the ideal party place – to the dramatic exterior fireplace that warms the newly built BBQ area.
These spaces overlook one of the most stylish postcodes in West Hollywood, on the fringe of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Denise Rosner of Compass held the listing.
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