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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.
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Superstar DJ Calvin Harris has put one of the several multi-million dollar homes he owns in Los Angeles up for sale at $5.75 million. In a quiet neighbourhood above the Hollywood Reservoir, the Hollywood Hills residence is also available as a rental at $25,000 per month. The 34-year-old Scotsman, the world's highest-paid DJ, purchased the extensively updated 1940s property in late 2017 for just over $5 million from Greek-Swedish DJ and record producer Steve Angello. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms in just over 6,000 square feet between the main residence and a two-storey attached guesthouse and recording studio. Double front doors open directly into a cavernous, glass-walled living room with chateau-style fireplace, polished parquet floors and an 18-foot high wood-beamed ceiling. With black stone countertops on jet-black painted cabinetry, the combination kitchen and dining room opens out onto a courtyard and swimming pool through a huge bank of glass doors. There's an adjoining bar-lounge with deep-cushioned seating as well as a spacious separate family room with a fireplace and French doors that lead to wrap-around decking. The master bedroom suite is huge and comprises a double-height sitting area and a lavish, stone-tiled bathroom. It opens out to the swimming pool. In addition to a recording studio above a lounge, the attached two-storey guesthouse contains a double-height guest suite with an elegant black marble fireplace. Calvin owns a number of homes in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and reportedly has plans to build a huge new mansion on land in Bel Air's Stone Canyon after snapping up the land for $13.8 million.