By Caroline Biggs

Published on August 31, 2016

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Per the LA Times, Groban bought the posh property—which sits on two acres of tree-filled land—in 2005. 

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The Tuscan-style main residence offers five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and over 3,300 square feet of living space (including a formal living room with a decorative ceiling and coffered walls).

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A marble-clad kitchen comes with a spacious center island and an artfully tiled backsplash.

 

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There’s also a gym, wine cellar, music studio, and billiards room—complete with a wet bar—inside the dapper digs.

 

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The gigantic master suite features French doors that open to a private terrace (with stunning views of the local greenery).

 

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Plus there’s even a tennis court, swimming pool, raised spa, tiled fountain, and detached two-story guesthouse on the premises—no wonder Groban stayed put at the pad for over a decade!