By Caroline Biggs

Published on November 28, 2016

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Exterior

Per the Los Angeles Times, Wainwright purchased the 1920’s home—hidden behind trees and tall hedges—in Hollywood Hills West for $1.45M.

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Kitchen

The recently remodeled kitchen offers custom oak cabinetry, broken stone flooring, and an open breakfast nook with banquette seating.

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Dining Room

The sunny dining room is outfitted in wooden plank ceilings and picture windows with diamond grilles.

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Living Room

The 2,100 square-foot space features hardwood floors, rolled ceilings, exposed beams and a brick fireplace.

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Bedroom

A curved staircase leads to the two guest suites, as well as the master suite, which offers a walk-in closet and wraparound window with sweeping views of the mountains.

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Office

Meanwhile, the upper-level office is dressed in classic crown moldings and built-in bookcases.

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Patio

Outside the property you’ll find a fairytale-esque wooden bridge crossing over a stream and two separate entertaining patios. No wonder the Canadian crooner chose this whimsical place for his LA outpost.