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Ryan Tedder's Beverly Hills House Flip
OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder is the latest celeb house flipper! After picking up this 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom property two years ago, the singer/songwriter and his wife Genevieve restored and expanded the 1959 build and are now selling it for $12.75 million. With a midcentury-modern style and A-list amenities, there’s plenty about this estate to sing about.
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Along with architect/designer Alvarez Morris, Tedder (who's also a songwriter and producer working with Adele and Beyonce) added a bedroom, family room and 3-car garage to the home’s original floor plan, which now comes in at 5,386 square feet.
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The indoor spaces flow seamlessly into the outdoors, where almost an acre of land holds a heated pool, dining pavilion and fire pit.
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Layers of Lounging
One wall of the family room is covered with chalkboard paint ideal for kids, while a chic dining room hidden behind detailed black sliding doors offers a more adults-only vibe.
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The kitchen is covered with bright, white marble and comes complete with a more causal dining nook next to the waterfall island.
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All the Amenities
This bedroom has access to an outdoor terrace, perfect for enjoying the California sunshine.
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The master bath is nothing short of spa-like, boasting a large walk-in shower, twin vanities and access to the outdoors.
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A chic mudroom with endless storage offers a spot to kick off your shoes and contain clutter.
Tedder's high-end flip house is listed with realtor David Gray of Partners Trust.
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