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Robin Thicke is Selling His Bird Streets Home for $3 Million

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Now that "Blurred Lines" singer/creeper Robin Thicke and his wife, actress Paula Patton, are calling it quits, their Hollywood Hills house is hitting the market, reports Variety. Built in 1965, the house was first purchased in 1990 by TV star Alan Thicke, the singer's father. He passed it on to young Robin in 2005, around the same time that he and Paula married. Fancy wedding gift! The listing doesn't namedrop the celebrity owner, but the description does slyly end with, "You know you want it."

The Bird Streets house has three bedrooms, but Thicke is using one as a recording studio. It also has three and a half bathrooms, none of which is being used as a recording studio. Immense floor-to-ceiling windows in the main living room area offer views of the canyon below, Downtown, and everything in between, but the house itself is kind of boring and dated. Asking price is $2.985 million.

· 1568 Blue Jay Way [Official Site]