Sia sells home in Los Feliz for $4.75M four months after buying it

Eccentric five-bedroom house was designed by A.F. Leicht

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Mar.March 21, 2016 01:00 PM

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Sia, the songwriter and singer known for hits like “Chandelier” and for (unlike many stars in La La Land) seeking privacy above fame, has sold her eccentric five-bedroom home in Los Feliz only four months after buying it.

It sold for $4.75 million, the Los Angeles Times reports, barely over the $4.7 million she and her husband, filmmaker Erik Anders Lang, paid for it.

The unique home, built in 1924 and designed by Angelus Temple architect A.F. Leicht, might have been too conspicuous for the artist, who posed for the cover of Billboard magazine with a paper bag over her head.

The property doesn’t exactly blend into its surroundings. It features stained-glass murals, elaborately shaped windows and a rotunda entry.

Richard Ehrlich of Westside Estate Agency was the listing agent. John Davenport of John Aaroe Group represented Sia. [LAT] – Hannah Miet


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