Sheryl Crow’s new album, due out in September, is titled “Feels Like Home,” but we’re guessing she wasn’t writing about her L.A. residence currently on the market.
Her Hollywood Hills home hit the market in October 2012. Crow first asked $15.95 million for the 11-acre property on Vista Street in Los Angeles, but is now looking to sell the place for $3 million less, at $12.495 million.
Crow first moved out to Los Angeles 20 years ago and made it big with songs about the Southern California way of living. Today, though, she’s singing a different tune. Crow moved out to the country music capital in 2008, and her new sound is much more twang.
The three-parcel property in Hollywood Hills was featured in Architectural Digest in March 2011, and the feature showcased the residence’s details. The property contains three homes, each in a different style: a 1909 craftsman bungalow guest house, a 19th-century cottage and a Spanish colonial that served as Crow’s main residence. Her 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath house has Spanish tiled floors, wrought iron staircases and beamed ceilings.
The entire compound is surrounded by lush landscaping that gives the home complete privacy without sacrificing canyon and ocean views. Outdoor features also include an infinity pool, hiking trails, outdoor kitchen/barbecue area and playground.
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