OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder looks to have bought yet another LA manse

Entity linked to singer bought $8.25M West Hollywood pad

Apr.April 24, 2017 03:30 PM
Ryan Tedder and the West Hollywood property

Ryan Tedder must have a Bleeding Love — of L.A. real estate.

The OneRepublic singer and composer behind hits such as Beyonce’s “Halo,” Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love” and Adele’s “21” album, appears to have made another real estate buy on the West Coast.

An LLC with links to the musician shelled out $8.25 million to buy a West Hollywood pad from Mooris Nejathaim, public records show. The entity, called Patriot Studios LLC, looks to be named for Tedder’s own Denver-based production outfit, Patriot Studios, and the LLC is administered by his attorney, Jordan Keller.

Keller wasn’t immediately available for comment, nor was the listing broker, Alejandro Lombardo of Keller Williams Hollywood Hills.

The 8,580-square-foot property, on N. Orlando Avenue, is known as Villa Orlando and has six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. Outside, there’s a swimming pool, a barbeque area and a two-story detached casita, according to the listing.

The 1,750-square-foot master suite has a balcony and his and hers closets.

Tedder is no stranger to the L.A. property game. He shelled out $7.5 million for a home in Trousdale Estates in 2015. That same year, he bought a mid-‘60s modern-style home in the same neighborhood for $11.9 million. He has also bought and since resold a small $3 million home in Venice.

He’s been active in New York, too. In 2015, he reportedly bought an $11 million, six-bedroom pad at 111 Murray Street in Manhattan.

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