The fantastically transformed Los Angeles residence of singer Frankie Valli is on the market for $3.195 million.
“I purchased this residence to be near my work within the metropolis and liked spending time in it due to the views, pure gentle and constructing’s safety,” Valli stated in a press release. “It’s been a beautiful place to spend time.”
In 2009, the singer bought the condominium for about $2.55 million as a secondary residence, in accordance with the Wall Road Journal. His essential residence sits within the San Fernando Valley, about half-hour away from the Westwood pad, the newspaper reported.
The three,200-square-foot residence with three en-suite bedrooms and 4 bogs was listed by Emilio Valli, his son, and Stephen Udoff, each actual property brokers with the Malibu workplace of Coldwell Banker Realty.
Valli, 88, was the frontman for rock ‘n’ roll band the 4 Seasons, which recorded the hits “Stroll Like A Man” and “Massive Women Don’t Cry.” He was a profitable solo artist, as nicely.
The house at 10380 Wilshire Blvd. #902 has floor-to-ceiling glass partitions that carry plenty of pure gentle into the open ground plan. Darkish, shiny hardwood flooring circulate from the tidy kitchen and eating room, which opens to a balcony, to a front room with a wall of home windows and a separate den space.
The first suite, which gives spectacular metropolis and mountain views, has two walk-in closets and a rest room with double sinks and a spa tub.
The constructing contains facilities comparable to valet parking, a health heart, pool, spa, library and 24-hour safety.