×
You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

Robbie Williams Sells Mansion in Guard-Gated Enclave Above Beverly Hills for $9.9 Million to DJ Khaled

SELLER: Robbie Williams
BUYER: DJ Khaled
LOCATION: Beverly Hills, CA
PRICE: $9,900,000
SIZE: 10,681 square feet, 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms

YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Top selling British recording artist Robbie Williams — by some accounts he’s sold more than 70 million records and his most recent album, “The Heavy Entertainment Show,” debuted late last year as the number one album in the U.K. — unloaded his long-time mansion in the guard-gated Mulholland Estates development in the mountains between Beverly Hills and Sherman Oaks for $9.9 million, a ten-percent drop from its $11 million asking price. Property records show the former Take That boy bander purchased the lavishly outfitted if, arguably, generically luxurious property in July 2002 for $5.45 million from country music star Clint Black and “Knots Landing” actress Lisa Hartman Black and we hear from good ol’ real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak the new owner is record producer, radio personality, DJ and record label executive DJ Khaled.

The 10,681-square-foot, vaguely chateau-esque residence, an architectural mish-mash of styles described in marketing materials as a “Newly restored modern traditional,” sits on nearly three-quarters of an acre with a total of seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. The mansion has “oversized rooms” and “endless entertaining areas,” according to listing details, including a sky light topped double height foyer with floating curved staircase and a double parlor-style formal living room, one with black brocade wall covering and carved marble fireplace and the other white-walled with nearly floor-to-ceiling wood-trimmed doors to the backyard. An adjoining formal dining space has one wall entirely covered in mirrored panels. The roomy enter island eat-in kitchen, with raised snack bar and gleaming stainless steel subway tile back splash behind the commercial-style range, opens to an informal dining area set into a window-lined bay while an octagonal family room offers a gas fireplace, integrated media equipment and two banks of accordion fold glass doors, one that opens to a serene courtyard and the other that opens to a dining loggia with TV surmounted outdoor fireplace and built-in barbecue. Tucked away on the main floor there’s also a mirror-lined gym.

Four en suite guest/family bedrooms are joined on the upper floor by a spacious master suite that encompasses a large bedroom, a sitting area with fabric tented ceiling treatment and walls covered in pewter colored brocade wallpaper, a private terrace with tree-framed views over the San Fernando Valley, a boutique style walk-in closet, and a bathroom with a cushioned banquette below a picture window. There’s also a staff suite on the main floor and a two-room guest suite on the upper floor. The backyard offers extensive stone terracing, a thick carpet of lawn, a tented cabana next to the swimming pool, and a grotto-style spa set into a tumble of boulders.

Mister Williams, married to American actress Ayda Field — she’s most recently popped up in several British mini-series including “Paranoid” and “Power Monkeys,” significantly upgraded his residential circumstances in Los Angeles in late 2015 when he shelled out a traffic-stopping $32.67 million for a city-view estate high above Beverly Hills that he bought from apparel mogul Armand Marciano. The three-plus-acre gated estate includes a massive faux-Tuscan mansion of 24,260-square-feet with seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms plus three additional staff bedrooms and an unusually large guesthouse next to a shimmering, mosaic tiled swimming pool. Back in the U.K., Mister Williams, who has reportedly battled mental illness, substance abuse, obesity and low self-esteem, additionally maintains a 46-room mansion in West London’s natty Holland Park neighborhood that he picked up in late 2013 from the estate of late film director Michael Winner for a reported £17.5 million, a hefty amount our handy-dandy currency conversion contraption indicates amounts to almost US$26 million at today’s rates.

Listing photos: The Agency

More Dirt

  • Snapchat's Bobby Murphy Spends Millions on

    Snapchat Co-Founder Bobby Murphy Spends Big in the Palisades

    Snapchat’s stock resurgence has been one of 2019’s greatest turnaround stories, delighting investors and sending the net worths of its co-founders to nearly $3 billion apiece. And at least one of those founders has celebrated this major comeback the proper way — by purchasing some pricey real estate, of course. That founder is chief technology [...]

  • Casey Neistat Bought a $3.7 Million

    Casey Neistat Dumps Millions on Venice Architectural Compound

    It wasn’t so long ago that Venice – the L.A. seaside neighborhood, not the sinking town in Italy – was considered a rather rough-and-tumble location. Although parts of the district remain somewhat gritty, the trendy (and high-priced) Abbott Kinney shopping strip has brought sweeping gentrification to the area. And that rapid gentrification has beget skyrocketing real [...]

  • Jonathan and Drew Scott Property Brothers

    Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott Buy Second L.A. Fixer-Upper (EXCLUSIVE)

    Jonathan and Drew Scott, whose show “Property Brothers” is in its 13th season on HGTV, have shelled out $2.4 million for what marketing materials aptly describe as a “diamond in the rough” along a tree-lined street in the historic, elegant and increasingly pricey Windsor Square neighborhood just a few miles west of downtown Los Angeles. [...]

  • Trey Parker Buys Los Angeles Compound

    'South Park's' Trey Parker Adds Homes in New York, Los Angeles

    Property-collecting “South Park” co-creator Trey Parker has substantially beefed up his already prodigious residential property portfolio with multimillion-dollar purchases in both Los Angeles and New York City. Just after the first of the year, the often provocative and occasionally shocking Tony Award-winning “Book of Mormon” co-creator surreptitiously splashed out $3.1 million in an off-market deal [...]

  • Dana Brunetti Lists Los Angeles Mansion

    'House of Cards' Producer Dana Brunetti Rents Out Los Feliz House (EXCLUSIVE)

    A contemporary residence in a sought-after neighborhood of L.A.’s celeb-favored Los Feliz area, owned by high-powered film and television producer Dana Brunetti, has come available for rent at $11,000 per month. Tax records indicate the notoriously brash, Ferrari-driving super-producer, a two-time Oscar nominee and six-time Emmy nominee — five of those for Netflix’s groundbreaking “House [...]

  • Beverly Hills Megamansion Sells for Nearly

    This Colossal Beverly Hills Mansion Just Sold for $35 Million

    As the world marches relentlessly further into this so-called Information Age, the notion of secrecy seems almost an anachronistic delusion. These days, everybody knows everybody’s business. Big Brother smiled as he oversaw the rise of Wikileaks. The Panama and Paradise papers rocked scores of the globe’s billionaires. Oddly – or perhaps consequently – opacity in [...]

  • Charlie Kaufman Lists Pasadena House

    Charlie Kaufman Lists Arts and Crafts Bungalow in Pasadena

    Acclaimed screenwriter Charlie Kaufman has put his historic Arts and Crafts bungalow in the rustic, affluent Arroyo area of Pasadena, Calif., up for sale at $2.595 million. The Oscar-winning scribe of quirky cult-favorite indie-hits like “Being John Malkovich,” “Adaptation” and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” currently writing and directing the upcoming Netflix film “I’m [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content