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  • Zedd sells incredible Beverly Hills mansion for $18.4M to ‘black-ish’ creator


    When Zedd bought his extravagant Beverly Hills mansion back in 2018, he had a grand time showing everyone his sparkling new property. Initially purchased for $16 million, the 9,400-square-foot house has plenty of open space, high ceilings, and all the amenities you could wish for. “He even has a room he calls his ‘Costco’ room for the specific purpose of stockpiling enough things that he never has to leave his house,” Your EDM wrote.

    Toward the middle of 2021, after adding about 1,600 sq ft to the property, he put the house on the market for for $26.5 million, adding around $10 million to the market price from when he first purchased it.

    Since then, it’s sat on the market until earlier this month, when it sold for $18.4 million to writer/producer/director Kenya Barris, known for “Black-ish,” “Girls Trip,” “Grown-ish” and the recently released Netflix film “You People.”

    Zedd still has some pretty sick digs though, in another house he purchased from Joe Jonas in 2020 for $15 million.


    via Dirt, H/T EDM.com | Photo via Rukes.com

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Zedd sells incredible Beverly Hills mansion for $18.4M to ‘black-ish’ creator

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