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Swedish DJ Avicii drops $15.5M on Hollywood Hills home

The 7,000-square foot property includes an unusual water feature

March 08, 2014 09:00AM
By Business Insider

Avicii's Bird Streets mansion

Avicii’s Bird Streets mansion

WEEKENDEDITION Some of the most expensive homes in Los Angeles sit on a handful of streets named after birds in the Hollywood Hills.  The Swedish DJ Avicii recently joined the ritzy neighborhood, purchasing a $15.5 million mansion, according to Curbed LA.

The 7,000-square foot property comes with an impressive water feature that runs the length of the house, ending in a multi-level infinity pool.

The home was designed for a seamless experience between indoor and outdoor living. Most of its five bedrooms have glass walls that can open to the air.

It’s not a bad way to live for a 24-year-old DJ who raked in $20 million last year.

2 Responses to “Swedish DJ Avicii drops $15.5M on Hollywood Hills home”

  1. March 08, 2014 at 5:50 pm, christian said:

    How in hell does a DJ make $20M a year and next year he will be a nobody and have to sell this home.
    Go figure those that ridiculously over pay for his services…this is really a crime when a DJ cmob makes that amount of money???
    Just saying…

  2. March 10, 2014 at 10:44 am, House Music All Night Long said:

    He’s a produces music and own his own reord label. He also tours. That where he makes his money. When he dj’s its like a band putting on a concert.

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