Inside Harry Styles' former home – a modern masterpiece above the Sunset Strip
The architectural jewel is a trove of contemporary decor inspiration, with 'jetliner views' of West Hollywood
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Harry Styles' former home, located above Hollywood's Sunset Strip, is on the market for $7.245 million.
The modern structure is among the most striking in Los Angeles – and one of the world's best homes: with its distinct glass façade, sleek interiors, and unrivaled views of the city – from Downtown to the ocean. And, while it was home to one of the biggest names of the moment, its listing agent is also well known. Selling Sunset's Emma Hernan of the Oppenheim Group (opens in new tab) currently holds the prime listing in one of the most recognized zip codes on the West Coast.
Singer Harry Styles, best known for his hits As It Was, Watermelon Sugar and Sign of the Times, sold the home in 2019 for $6 million (a reported loss of $870,000, according to Dirt (opens in new tab)). Here, we tour the estate.
The main level, with its airy open floor plan, is perhaps the most magnificent part of the home. Alongside its thoroughly modern decorating ideas and primarily neutral color scheme, the space has soaring ceilings and hardwood flooring throughout. The living room comes with a fireplace and disappearing glass walls that flow onto the lush terrace with unmatched views of the city.
The chic neutral color ideas continue into the gourmet kitchen – fitted with white cabinetry, gray stone countertops, and a large center island with lots of room for food preparation. The kitchen also offers a lesson in styling open-shelving (as seen below) without overwhelming your space.
Upstairs, the main owner's suite is said to offer 'breathtaking jetliner views' of Los Angeles – visible from the private balcony at the foot of the bed. Other amenities include a walk-in closet, a spa-like bathroom with dual vanity, an enviable tile design, an infinity-edge tub, and a walk-in shower with (even more) panoramic views.
Meanwhile, the three other guest bedrooms all celebrate similar design ideas through their clean color scheme, minimalist aesthetic, and, of course, luxe ensuite bathrooms as standard.
Other amenities include a home theater, office, and gym, and 2-car garage and a long private driveway. There is also an additional upstairs terrace with room for lounging in the Californian sun.
Outside, the backyard is described as a 'private oasis' – with a pool and hot tub surrounded by mature greenery. A beautiful cabana sits alongside the pool – featuring a sitting area, bar, and extra bathroom for nights of entertainment.
Where does Harry Styles live permanently?
Harry Styles left Los Angeles and now splits his time between two homes in North London. He was known to live in producer Ben Winston's home in Hampstead Heath (London) while looking for a residence of his own. The singer also owns a loft apartment in Manhattan, New York.
Megan is the News and Trends Editor at Homes & Gardens. She first joined Future Plc as a News Writer across their interiors titles, including Livingetc and Real Homes. As the News Editor, she often focuses on emerging microtrends, sleep and wellbeing stories, and celebrity-focused pieces. Before joining Future, Megan worked as a News Explainer at The Telegraph, following her MA in International Journalism at the University of Leeds. During her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, she gained writing experience in the US while studying in New York. Megan also focused on travel writing during her time living in Paris, where she produced content for a French travel site. She currently lives in London with her antique typewriter and an expansive collection of houseplants.
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