This nearly 10,000-square-foot villa in Beverly Hills once belonged to "A House is Not a Home" singer Luther Vandross, who lived here from the mid-nineties till the R&B legend's death in 2005. Designed by architect Hal Levitt in 1983, the property, which occupies one acre of land, has six bedrooms, seven-and-a-half baths, separate guest quarters, an elevator, an intercom system, and gated motor court. It's listed at $13.9 million. Virtual tour can be found here, but you might wanna put your BluBlockers on first to counteract the Photoshop filtering contained therein.
· 1200 Chanruss Pl [Redfin]