‘Uptown Funk’ Producer Mark Ronson’s Remixed House Sells For $4.78 Million In Los Feliz


Tremendous producer Mark Ronson can spin successful music in his sleep. Who knew he may flip a home throughout a coronavirus pandemic?

The prolific Grammy-winner not too long ago bought his Los Feliz property for a musicalmost $4.78 million, in line with the Los Angeles Instances. The quirky Mediterranean Revival villa spans 6,263 sq. ft with a two-story visitor home and verdant gardens on a 3rd of an acre.

Ronson bought the gated five-bedroom, seven-and-a-half lavatory property 4 years in the past as a company entity for about $4.three million, in line with the newspaper. And it appears like he Uptown Funked it up too.

Vibrant interiors paid homage to Ronson’s inventive genius—framed music posters, stainless steel-like piano, and Keith Haring-style pop artwork items, portraits, wallpaper and furnishings. The décor is a curious bootleg remix—a mash-up so off the wall, you don’t whether or not you’re coming or going.

One tattoo-style coronary heart body pays tribute to Ronson’s late nice protégé Amy Winehouse whereas one other highlights his No.1 smash Bruno Mars collaboration “Uptown Funk!”, which Ronson performed at Tremendous Bowl 50.

The house opens to a Saltillo tile floor-foyer of archways framing a chic grand staircase ascending alongside a wrought-iron railing. A sunken lounge boasts wooden flooring, a fire, and colourful furnishings and equipment beneath hovering burnished beams.

A hanging emerald den with fire flashes beneath a Roaring 20s-style fancy chandelier, adjoining to the outside patio, loggia bar, pool and palm timber.

It’s a stunning room that confounds—do you put on flip flops in right here or a smoking jacket with a pipe and a traditional ebook? Or all the above?

An adjoining emerald storage room is good for stacking these vinyl data it’s possible you’ll wish to spin at pool events (in case you’re as impulsively expert as Ronson on the turntable).

Animal print wallpaper herd the formal eating room with its wooden flooring, marble desk, and light-inviting transom window. Animal prints migrate to a breakfast nook (zebras dashing throughout yellow partitions) by the kitchen—an excellent place to stalk the following meal.

The kitchen is conservatively modern with a bar-sink island, double-wide stainless fridge, white cupboards and a number of arched doorways.

The master bedroom is retro blue, for now. Blue dominates the sitting room part in probably the most peculiar vogue, by way of carpeting (on the ground and wall). Sure, wall. However hey, there’s a cool, matching barrel-shaped fire, built-in cabinets and a bed room alcove too.

The visitor home provides modern interiors, a kitchen, spiral staircase and terraced views overlooking a patio and the pool. Based mostly on his inside design style, there’s no hint of Ronson there. None. He probably by no means spent a minute there.

Ronson’s profession is on fireplace. In addition to “Uptown Funk,” the A-list producer/deejay gained fame for producing Amy Winehouse’s groundbreaking album “Again to Black” (in addition to the hit single “Rehab”).

He has additionally collaborated with Paul McCartney, Adele, Quincy Jones, Nas, Miley Cyrus and Lily Allen. Ronson received a Grammy, Golden Globe and Oscar for co-writing the music “Shallow” for the Girl Gaga movie, A Star Is Born.

Ronson’s property was listed by Branden Williams and Rayni Williams of Hilton & Hyland. Sheena Sadaghiani of Keller Williams Realty represented the customer.

Branden and Rayni additionally not too long ago listed (by way of Williams & Williams) a meticulous West Hollywood Midcentury Trendy transform by Quick & Livid motion star Jason Statham (a fanatical fixer-upper) and his architect accomplice Jeff Allsbrook of Normal Structure.


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