Alternative rocker Alanis Morissette, who rose to fame during the 1990s, has found a buyer for her longtime Los Angeles home.
Ms. Morissette, 43, sold the seven-bedroom house in Brentwood for $5.325 million this week, just shy of its $5.495 million asking price, property records show.
The singer-songwriter bought the home in 1996, a year after releasing the album that propelled her to fame, “Jagged Little Pill,” paying $1.795 million through a private trust, according to property records.
She spent the next 20 years making the home hers, adding craftsman interior details like built-ins, stone fireplaces and exposed ceiling beams, to the otherwise Mediterranean-style villa, according to the listing with Joseph Babajian of Rodeo Realty. Mr. Babajian also represented the buyer in the sale. He did not immediately respond to request for comment.
The buyer is not yet listed in public property records.
The home includes a large master suite comprised of three rooms and two bathrooms, which could be converted into a private office, nursery or guest rooms, according to the listing. Outside, the estate has a pool and patio with views over the city and surrounding hills, according to the listing.
Marketing images of the 5,152-square-foot mansion show the home, which she shared with her husband, Mario “Souleye” Treadway, and two children, has a pool and patio with views over the city and surrounding hills.
Before putting it on the market in August, Ms. Morissette, an avid lifestyle blogger, offered fans a glimpse of her home through Instagram pictures showing off her taste in Buddha statues, brightly colored Oriental rugs and other eclectic decor.
In February, the house on North Tigertail Road was burglarized, as robbers broke in and stole a safe containing about $2 million worth of jewelry and other valuables, The Los Angeles Times reported at the time. Police reportedly believe the heist and others like it targeting celebrity homes in Los Angeles are linked to gang activity.
A publicist for Ms. Morissette did not return request for comment.
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