Since her divorce last year with Russell Brand, the pop princess has been trying to sell her fairytale-esque mansion for $6.95 million, reports
Realtor.com. View the estate that Katy Perry bought with her then-husband for $6.5 million, but never got to live in.
Since her divorce last year with Russell Brand, the pop princess has been trying to sell her fairytale-esque mansion for $6.95 million, reports <a href="http://www.realtor.com/blogs/2013/04/08/katy-perry-asks-6-925-million-for-hollywood-mansion/" target="_blank">Realtor.com</a>. View the estate that Katy Perry bought with her then-husband for $6.5 million, but never got to live in.
The entire property is double gated, rising high above the surrounding street, offering fortress-like security.
Built in 1921, the home is comprised of a significant Mediterranean residence, and a two-story guest house, complete with bedroom, kitchen, and bath.
The inside is castle-like, with stained glass, stoned walls, and carved mantles. Somebody wanted to be a princess.
A floor-to-ceiling, beautifully arched window in the living room give a grand view of Los Angeles.
The two-story entrance opens to a two-story living room.
Might this have been the ballroom for Princess Perry?
A formal dining room has a bee-hive patterned coffered ceiling with illustrated paneling.
A dining nook is a storybook picture perfect place to breakfast.
The stylish kitchen is graced with gorgeous dark wood and marble countertops.
The lagoon-style pool is a teenage dream.
The pool has a waterfall, lush landscaping, and small bridges over streams that run into the pool.
A royal balcony offers stunning sunset views.
The second floor of the home looks down into the first.
The gorgeous city view at night.