"Uptown Funk" singer Bruno Mars has unloaded the remodeled contemporary mansion in the Hollywood Hills that he purchased back in 2012. Variety reports that the entertainer sold the place on Mulholland Drive in an off-market deal to producers Jill Leiderman (Jimmy Kimmel Live) and Rob Cohen (The Big Bang Theory). A description of the estate dating to when Mars bought it describes the dwelling's 11-foot-tall custom entry doors and floor-to-ceiling walls of retractable glass.
The three-bedroom house holds a dry sauna, a steam shower "for at least 2" people, and a massage area—all in the master bathroom. Built on a lot of just a touch over a quarter acre, the 4,064-square-foot residence also comes with a sweeping yard and a pool. As for privacy, the property is both walled and gated, and includes a security system with eight cameras around the perimeter. Mars paid $3.254 million in 2012; he sold it for $3.347 million.