5 Things to Know About DJ Calvin Harris’ L.A. Home for Sale

DJ Calvin Harris is spinning away from his hopping Hollywood Hills home, according to the Los Angeles Times. The hit-maker purchased the ’40s-era property at the end of 2017. It’s now on the market for $5.75 million.

Here, we’ve got the beat on five fun facts about Harris and his harmonious house.

1. It’s a musician’s mecca

This home comes equipped with a recording studio that’s part of a two-story guesthouse. The 6,000-square-foot main house also has plenty of space to hold your favorite large instruments, including a grand piano. Or perhaps a double bass. Maybe a harp? The great room features an 18-foot, beamed ceiling and walls of glass, showcasing city lights and incredible views.

2. Music types have already owned this home

Harris bought the sweet pad from fellow DJ Steve Angello for $5,044,950, property records show. In 2013 Angello bought the place from musician and composer Tom Rothrock for $3.9 million, according to the Times.

Rothrock and his wife reportedly spent years renovating the retreat. Now, the restored “architectural masterpiece” holds onto its Hollywood history while also being in tune with a musician’s lifestyle. 

Great room with beamed ceiling
Great room with beamed ceiling

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Chef's kitchen, which opens to the pool area
Chef’s kitchen, which opens to the pool area

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Family room and wet bar
Family room and wet bar

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Recording studio
Recording studio

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Pool
Pool

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3. Luxury features could seal the deal

The home has four beds, four baths, and two half-baths, as well as a chef’s kitchen and dining area, which open to the pool area with a lounge and outdoor shower. An adjacent family room features a wet bar. Along with guest bedrooms and an office, the two-story master suite has direct pool access. All of the living areas have access to the wraparound deck.

4. Rent or own these swanky digs

If the multimillion-dollar price tag isn’t within your current means, there’s another way to move into the harmonious home. Harris has made the place available for lease for $25,000 a month. 

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5. It’s not about the Benjamins

The DJ’s decision to list this Los Angeles home doesn’t suggest he’s squeezed for cash. In fact, he even had another posh L.A. home located nearby on the market in 2016. Perhaps he just enjoys the rhythm of the real estate game.

In 2018, Harris (whose given name is Adam Richard Wiles) topped the Forbes list of highest-paid DJs, raking in a cool $48 million. That was the sixth year in a row he’s led the music-mixing pack.

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