Singer-songwriter Halsey is selling her impressive midcentury home in Los Angeles. The pop star and expecting mother purchased the double-gated property in 2019 for $2,400,000. Set on a lush, tree-filled lot in the quiet Sherman Oaks community, the 2,425-square-foot dwelling offers four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and tons of original charm.
The single-story residence was designed in 1959 by renowned architect Richard Dorman, AIA, and has been impeccably preserved throughout the decades. "This property is one of the best examples of Richard Dorman’s work that Los Angeles has to offer," says listing agent Josh Myler. "To add to its allure, the home is positioned on a quiet street in a great location and sits on a very large, flat lot."
Inside the home, an open-plan layout weaves the primary living areas together. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows sweep in ample natural light, while original details—such as post-and-beam structures, tongue-and-groove ceilings, and a brick fireplace—pay homage to the building’s past.
The home is also very well equipped for modern living, with a large chef’s kitchen and an office, as well as a state-of-the-art recording studio. Glossy terrazzo floors blend with black-framed windows and wooden accents, all of which enhance the dwelling’s already sophisticated flair.
In the principal suite, an en suite bathroom features dual vanities and an oversize glass shower. The principal bedroom offers direct access to the landscaped backyard, which serves as a peaceful retreat with a large pool.
Last year, Halsey—whose real name is Ashley Nicolette Frangipane—off-loaded a home in Beachwood Canyon, which she purchased in 2017. Recently, the star snagged a larger compound in Calabasas from the former One Direction band member, Liam Payne. Scroll ahead to see more of Halsey’s Sherman Oaks home, which is currently listed for $2,795,000.
3337 Scadlock Lane in Sherman Oaks, California, is currently listed for $2,795,000 by Josh Myler of The Agency.
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