Inside Tears for Fears’ Roland Orzabal’s Stunning Hollywood Hills Home in Los Angeles, California
$3,950,000 | Built 1960 | 4,266 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 0.16 Acres
2814 Nichols Canyon Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Owned by Roland Orzabal, co-founder of the English Pop/Rock band Tears for Fears, this contemporary residence in the star-studded enclave of Hollywood Hills is on the market for $3.95 million in Los Angeles, California. Listing details: Welcome to Nichols Canyon Place! A private en-clave in prime Hollywood Hills sitting in a cul-de-sac with a handful of homes that rarely come on the market. A gorgeous contemporary style home awaits you that comes with the perks of dramatic soaring ceilings, picturesque windows that invite the natural light in and an open living concept. The floors are wrapped in beautiful wide-plank light hardwood floors chosen from non-toxic sustainable wood. The home has ample fireplaces that are placed in the dining room, family room, downstairs bedroom, master bedroom and upstairs guest bedroom. The main floor has a beautiful office, spacious formal dining room, a beautifully remodeled cook’s kitchen with Ian Walmsley custom cabinetry that flows seamlessly into the light-infused family room.
The junior master suite has a wall of windows and a gorgeous bathroom! As you make your way to the second floor, you are greeted by an inviting movie room with an adjacent gym/yoga room. Down the hall are two guest bedrooms connected by the guest bathroom. The master bedroom has ample closet space including a walk-in closet, soaring ceilings, beautiful french doors that lead to the balcony, a dry sauna, and a spa-like master bath. If that is not enough, step outside to an oversized pool enveloped in lush California landscaping. Entertain around the firepit under the moonlit sky by night, or layout and get some Vitamin D under the clear sunny skies. This home also has ample storage and a two-car garage plus driveway. Don’t miss out on this one. These homes rarely come on the market. Orzabal’s home is on the market for $3.95 million with Bryan Castaneda and Andrew Mortaza of The Agency. Photography by Andrew Orozco.
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