More than 20 years after his death, the secluded Los Angeles estate Tupac Shakur once lived in has been listed again.
The late rapper and actor was living large in the lavish Mediterranean-style mansion in Woodland Hills under a lease and was closing in on a purchase before he died. The Los Angeles Times reported escrow was pending for the six-bedroom, five-bathroom home when Shakur was gunned down in Las Vegas in 1996.
A set of oversized glass doors open to a grand foyer complete with a winding staircase. The home boasts multiple fireplaces, maids quarters, Jack & Jill baths and walk-in closets. The master suite features a private living room, three walk-in closets and a deep hot tub that faces a fireplace, according to the listing held by Mark Hermann and Eric Delgado of Keller Williams Realty.
Outside there is a pool and spa with a fire pit, fireplace and full kitchen and bar. There's also a two-door garage. If that's not enough space, the driveway can accommodate up to 15 vehicles.
The price tag: $2.6 million.
At age 25, the "California Love" and "Thugz Mansion" rapper was killed as he left a boxing match in Las Vegas. The music icon's death sent shockwaves through the music world and the case remains unsolved. According to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Shakur has sold more than 75 million records worldwide. Take a look at the place he once called home:
Take a tour of late rapper Tupac Shakur's former Woodland Hills mansion. Video Courtesy of Mark Herman, Keller Williams Realty.