DJ Calvin Harris Buys Big BevHills Compound (EXCLUSIVE)

In case y’all haven’t heard, DJs are the new rock stars, with the incomes and property portfolios to prove it. Internationally in-demand Scotsman Calvin Harris — nee Adam Wiles — pulled in a combined $110 million in 2013 and 2014. That’s a good thing, since in early spring 2012, the 30-year-old Grammy winner paid $5,527,500 for a 7,100-square-foot mock-Med mini-mansion on a celeb-lined street in L.A.’s swank if sleepy Brentwood area that he sold at a loss in late spring the following year for $4.9 million. He quickly laid out $7 million for a sexed-up, Zen-inspired mini-compound above the western end of the Sunset Strip but, as per ever-in-the-know real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak, the DJ caught a severe second case of the Real Estate Fickle, and has quietly forked over $15 million on a considerably more significant compound off a celeb-lined street in the Beverly Hills post office area.

The 2.66-acre property encompasses 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms in 18,000 square feet of interior space that includes a newly constructed main house with four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. A single-story guesthouse near the gated entrance has a private pool and spa, while a second and also newly-constructed two-story guesthouse perched on the hillside above the main house has sweeping canyon views. Multi-level staff quarters are equipped with commercial grade elevator and three-car garage and, carved into the hillside behind the house, a series of decks and terraces surround the compound’s second swimming pool and spa.

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  1. Ideation20 says:

    It’s so much of a reminder of the days of KC and the Sunshine Band. Hopefully the DeeGe can keep at the million a month trance and be there in 2020 when it might appreciate. The disco stars mostly landed in the valley or back home in Florida or NYC..I do not know where the D~ Jayz hail from but they are cheering they come from Hail Yes! Right now.

  2. lil' gay boy says:

    The original structure from the early 50s (apparently now the guest house at the entrance) is quite charming; the rest?

    It resembles nothing so much as a modern-day west coast architect’s vision of a New England mountain retreat for fin de siècle consumptives . . . sad; it could have been so much more.

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