Rapper Big Sean sells his Beverly Hills mansion for a whopping $11.9 million


The ‘Beware’ singer Big Sean has officially sold his Beverly Hills Mansion for approximately $11.9 million, as per the real estate firm- The Agency.

The lavish mansion is situated in the Mulholland Estates and is a 7-bedroom, 8-bathroom residence that spans 10,971 square feet and sits on about a half-acre of land. It was reported that The Agencys’ – James Harris, David Parnes and Alex Vichinsky represented the seller in the transaction, while Jordan Rubinstein represented the buyer.

Big Sean earlier purchased the home back in 2017 from Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash for $8.7 million at the time. Earlier this year, Big Sean opened the home up to archdigest.com for a tour.

It was then unveiled that  Slash had decorated the home with dark, bold and edgy accents, while Big Sean wanted the house to be more in line with his own aesthetic: California cool, clean and classic.

According to archdigest.com. – “letting the outside in was very important for Big Sean when renovating the home, which he wanted to enable seamless indoor-outdoor living.”

Big Sean, however, did keep a few favourite components of Slash’s home intact which included –  a nightclub, bar and movie theatre. However, Slash didn’t have a recording studio which was a necessity for the rapper.

Britney Wior, the creative director at JSN Studio, who managed the renovation of the rapper’s home, told archdigest.com of the top-floor addition – “To build the music studio, we basically had to build a room within a room,” and that they also tried to incorporate as many features as the rapper would like, one which was the sound-proofing of the studio.

Wior told the outlet that Big Sean wanted the studio to be liveable and a place people wanted to spend time in. “So we added windows to allow natural light inside the studio, as well as seating with an area big enough to allow others inside to collaborate,” she shared.


Big Sean also shared that view from his mansion is probably the best feature of his home, “When I look out to the left, I can see the building of my very first apartment from when I moved out of my mom’s house in Detroit.” he said.

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