Diplo Sells Glam $2.8 Million Hollywood Hills Home for Over Asking - See Inside!
Diplo is letting go of a swanky, ultra-modern home in the Hollywood Hills.
The DJ and record producer, 42, also known as Thomas Wesley Pentz, has sold an all-white abode with views across Los Angeles - and of the Hollywood sign! - for $2.805 million with agent Eric Lavey of Sotheby's International Realty, PEOPLE can confirm.
The home was originally listed for $2.695 million, PEOPLE reported in mid-February, meaning that the final sale price is $110,000 over asking.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom property offers 2,524 square feet of interior living space, plus numerous outdoor terraces and gathering spots fit into the .08 acre lot. According to the listing, the Beachwood Canyon home is ideal for a live-work space. The listing photos show various rooms set up as a recording studio, lounge and yoga room. There's also a designated outdoor meditation area.
The top floor, dubbed the "owner's penthouse suite," occupies a full level and includes a luxurious bath, private office and balcony.
The entire home, which was originally built in 1926, has been staged by interiors firm ASH NYC (famed for its design of the Siren Hotel in Detroit) and the buyer had the option to purchase all the furnishings and art with the home for an additional cost.
The father of three - he shares sons Lazer, 7, and Lockett, 11, with ex Kathryn Lockhart; and son Pace, 1, with model Jevon King - purchased the home in 2016 for $2.425 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. At the time, the property had been listed for sale or lease. The price to rent? A cool $12,500 a month.
The Grammy winner reportedly purchased a new home in Malibu in November for just over $13 million.