Calvin Harris’ Hollywood Hills Home Is Ready for Its Next DJ

The home Calvin Harris bought from fellow DJ Steve Angello less than two years ago is now for sale for $5.75 million.

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Calvin Harris’ Hollywood Hills home has a two-story guest house with its own music room. Jeff Spicer/Getty Images

It’s been less than two years since Calvin Harris scooped up a certain pedigreed Hollywood Hills home, but he’s already preparing to leave the estate behind. Harris, who’s been the world’s highest-paid DJ for the past six years, paid fellow DJ Steve Angello $5.05 million for the 6,010-square-foot abode in late 2017, and now the property is back on the market.

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The Scottish beat maker is offering the four-bedroom, six-bathroom residence for $5.75 million, as first noted by Variety, though it’s also available as a $25,000-a-month rental.

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The Los Angeles house is painted entirely black on the outside, with the exception of the two bright red front doors. The great room has an 18-foot beamed ceiling, glass walls and a fireplace.

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Steve Angello was the previous owner. John Parra/Getty Images

The kitchen is also mostly black, right down to the black lacquer cabinetry, countertops and center breakfast island. The custom picnic-style dining table, however, is a neutral wood. All of the living areas and the kitchen have direct access to the backyard, which is outfitted with a deck, a lounge, a pool and an outdoor shower.

The two-story master suite has a double-height bay window and a large bathroom complete with a built-in tub, double vanity and window seat.

The almost too-fitting aspect of the home is its two-story guest house with its own music room that Angello installed, and it seems Harris has kept it intact. Perhaps another DJ-producer type can set up shop there.

Harris is decidedly not lacking in Los Angeles real estate, however. He’s owned a West Hollywood home he now rents out since 2013, as well as a $15 million Beverly Hills mansion he scooped up in 2014. And the DJ didn’t stop there: He reportedly doled out $13.8 million for an additional Bel Air residence in 2018.

Calvin Harris’ Hollywood Hills Home Is Ready for Its Next DJ