Celebrity Real Estate

Harry Styles’s Former Hollywood Hills Home Sells for $6.8 Million

Emma Hernan of Selling Sunset showcased the modern dwelling on an episode of the Netflix series
Harry Styless former home a boxy white modern structure surrounded by palm trees
Harry Styles owned the southern California abode from 2016 to 2019.Photo: Oppenheim Group/Daniel Dahler Photography

It’s been a long ride, but Harry Styles’s former Hollywood Hills pad has sold after roughly nine months on the market and several price cuts. The modern house was listed last October for just under $8 million but didn’t find a buyer until last month, finally changing hands several days ago in a $6.77 million deal, per Mansion Global.

Selling Sunset star Emma Hernan of The Oppenheim Group listed the property, which was featured in the sixth season of the Netflix series. In the show, Hernan described the property, which boasts panoramic views and the ultimate in indoor-outdoor living, as “one of the most impressive, beautiful homes in the Hills.” Aside from installing an integrated audio system and glossy alabaster finishing to the floors, Styles certainly left his unique mark on the property. “He left a lot, like, hundreds of pairs of shoes. Like, heels,” Hernan remarked on the series before adding, “I think they’re gone now.”

The home’s swimming pool.

Photo: Oppenheim Group/Daniel Dahler Photography

In 2016, the former One Direction member paid $6.9 million for the 4,401-square-foot dwelling, which is nestled amongst greenery on a gated lot right above the Sunset Strip. The pop star listed the four-bedroom, six-bathroom house 18 months later for $8.5 million, preferring to spend more time in London and his then-new Tribeca apartment

The home’s living area, complete with panoramic city views.

Photo: Oppenheim Group/Daniel Dahler Photography

Although it’s a truly impressive property, the 1946-built structure languished on the market and underwent several price cuts before selling in 2019 for $6 million–a nearly $1 million loss for Styles.


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The open-concept abode features outdoor living spaces on each of its three floors, accessible by sliding glass walls. Interior highlights include a plush mauve-hued home theater, a gym with outdoor access, and a well-appointed primary suite with a spa-like ensuite bathroom complete with an infinity-edge bathtub. In the backyard, a kidney-shaped swimming pool connects to a circular spa, obscured from the outside world by lush bamboo.