After signing a historic partnership agreement with Sony Music Entertainment, Puerto Rican hip hop star René Pérez Joglar, aka Residente, is settling in Los Angeles.
And what a way to do it, by acquiring this impressive $ 5.75 million mansion in the upscale Encino neighborhood.
The main house measures 750 m² and has 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, resting on a 2,500 m² lot.
It was barely built in 2017 and originally owned by David Spector, CEO of PennyMac Financial Services, one of the leading mortgage lenders in the United States.
Inside, it has a modern and spacious gourmet kitchen with double island, marble countertops and equipped with first-class accessories.
To enjoy a more intimate meal, there is a small breakfast room that is decorated with jade green plates, hanging on the wall.
The spectacular media room features a purple L-shaped sofa and the tapestry was designed by Maya Romanoff.
Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms, all with their own bathroom and dressing room, but the master bedroom has a mini-living room and fireplace.
The master bath features marble finishes, double sinks, vanity, tub, and shower with built-in steam.
The exterior is even more impressive with its beautiful garden which surrounds the pool and jacuzzi area, as well as a clubhouse, custom landscape lighting and a Sonos controlled audiovisual system.
Finally, it has a covered garage for three cars, as well as an area to park some vehicles outside.
Residente, the 42-year-old rapper, has already been in the music business for 15 years.However, he also has a great passion for film directing, for which, together with Sony Music Entertainment, he has created 1868 Studios, where he hopes to create interesting projects in which he seeks to give a voice to the least listened to groups, telling their stories.
The artist has been the winner of four Grammy Awards, 25 Latin Grammy Awards and has almost 6 million followers on Instagram.