Musician Aimee Osbourne has quickly flipped her Hollywood Hills home for $2.65 million.
Osborne sold the L.A.-area home after just a month on the market, and at a small loss. She picked up the 1930s-built residence for $2.765 million this past December. It’s unclear why she was so quick to move the home, but it probably isn’t for lack of style.
The postmodern-styled house integrates Japanese and Northwestern rustic quite well, and the end result is controlled, understated, quietly beautiful. Stark white walls, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, a sternly minimal marble fireplace, and natural wood accents distinguish the interiors.
The two-story holds two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms across 1,600 square feet. A marble-clad kitchen opens to a dining room and a main living area, with a wall of glass sliders allowing for washes of natural light. The master suite stands out with rows of skylights incorporated in the vaulted ceiling, and a luxe marble bath.
The lush exterior is filled with greenery, giving the pool area a nice feeling of secrecy. There is a separate guesthouse on the property as well.
Aimee Osbourne, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne’s daughter, records as ARO.