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This is How Harry Styles Designs a Bachelor Pad

The One Direction singer listed his ultramodern Hollywood mansion for $8.45M

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It seems Harry Styles has been making moves outside of the recording studio lately. Just one year after dropping $7M on a 4,100-square-foot estate in the Hollywood Hills, the crooner has opted to sell it for almost a-million-and-a-half dollars more.

Great news for him, and us, too—since we now have a bunch of gorgeous listing photos to drool over. Even better, we get a chance to see how Styles styled the place. And as per usual, the singer delivered some serious eye candy.

Tucked behind a long, winding driveway and privacy gates, the modern-style mansion features floor-to-ceiling windows—with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and downtown skyline—in nearly every room.

The listing agent Justin P. Huchel tells the Wall Street Journal that Styles is selling because he spends most of his time in London.

The posh residence offers a total of three en suite bedrooms, including the master suite, which boasts a wall of sliding glass doors that open to a private balcony and viewing terrace.

The home theater room is outfitted in tufted leather sofas and plush silver carpeting as well as a state-of-the-art sound system and projector screen. There’s also a gym, dining area, and gourmet kitchen nestled inside the swanky estate.

Outback you’ll find a sparkling, kidney-shaped pool and spa, multiple patios, plus a proper cabana lounge with a full bathroom and shower. Perfect for year-round entertaining in the sunny SoCal weather.

And let’s not forget the insane rooftop terrace perched on top of the palatial pad—it spans the entire top of the mansion and offers panoramic views of the canyon landscape. We’re pretty sure Styles will wind up missing more than just “One Thing” from this place.

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