Tyler, The Creator has reportedly splashed out on a swanky new mansion in Bel-Air worth $13 million.
According to Dirt, the Grammy-winning rapper paid $2 million less than the original asking price for the striking contemporary property.
Located in the glitzy Los Angeles neighborhood, the home was originally built in the early 1970s but was rebuilt from the ground up last year, and boasts a white stucco and wood-sided structure.
Across 5,000 square feet of living space, the house features four bedrooms and six bathrooms, Brazilian wood floors finished in white oak, along with high ceilings and steel-case windows.
Tyler’s new home spans nearly an acre of land, with views of the ocean and city lights from most rooms across three levels.
The property also features a smart-home system, state-of-the-art movie theater and step-up cigar lounge, along with a sleekly designed kitchen with an eat-in island.
Outdoors, there’s a private and entertainment-ready backyard with a saltwater pool surrounded by a wood deck, as well as a dry sauna, fire-pit, bar and barbecue setup. The garage can fit four cars, with additional parking space also available.
The purchase comes shortly after Tyler sold his previous Bel-Air home to a couple of New York-based designers. Less than a year after buying the property for $7.9 million, he listed it on the market for $7 million in December 2022.
On the music side, Tyler, The Creator released the deluxe version of his Call Me If You Get Lost album in March. Titled The Estate Sale, the project featured eight new songs with appearances from A$AP Rocky, YG and Vince Staples, along with production from Kanye West and Madlib.
The deluxe drop debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 with roughly 68,000 album-equivalent units in its first week, following the original album topping the chart with around 169,000 units in July 2021.