Midcentury Modern Estate Once Leased by Stevie Wonder Can Be Yours

Always wanted to live like a celebrity — specifically, a legendary singer/songwriter with countless hits and awards under his belt? Now’s your chance, because the striking Beverly Hills villa that Stevie wonder once called home just popped up for sale in the posh Trousdale Estates enclave, asking a dash under $11 million.

With four bedrooms and eight baths spread across more than 6,200 square feet of single-level living space, the mansion offers plenty of room for any like-minded musician to easily relax in style while enjoying sweeping ocean, canyon and city lights views. Famously leased by Wonder from 2011 to 2015, property records show the place was last sold in an off-market deal for $10.5 million in late 2020.

“Music has a way of bringing nostalgia to life anytime you enter a room where hit songs have been played,” said listing agent Holland Ashrafnia in a statement. “The walls in this home hold so much history from the ‘Wonder’ days and I had a feeling when I walked this home that if these walls could talk, you might hear Wonder and Quincy Jones reliving their 1972 ‘You’ve Got It Bad’ album days.”

Built in 1970, and tucked away on a nearly half-acre corner parcel secured by a gated driveway, the updated Hollywood Regency-style structure is adorned throughout with hardwood floors, high ceilings and wainscoted walls. Amenities include an office, a gym and subterranean four-car garage.

Upon entering the double front doors, a foyer flows to a wet bar-equipped family room that connects via a two-way fireplace to a living room, both with sliding glass doors leading out to the backyard. Other highlights include a formal dining room, plus a gourmet kitchen decked out with a central island, an eat-in peninsula, high-end stainless appliances and an adjoining breakfast nook.

Secluded in a wing all by itself, the spacious master retreat features dual walk-in closets, as well as a luxe bath spotlighted by a large soaking tub; and outdoors, the private backyard hosts a covered terrace bolstered by ornate columns, along with a grassy swath of lawn surrounding an oval-shaped pool — all overlooking those picturesque vistas.

The listing is jointly held by Holland Ashrafnia, Aleks Lipovic, Kyle Siwik and Aaron Kirman of AKG | Christie’s.


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