Selena Gomez lists Tarzana home for $3.49 million
Selena Gomez, the "Come and Get It" crooner has reportedly put up her home in Tarzana, Calif., for sale with an asking price of $3.49 million.
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The Tarzana home was Gomez's starter residence, which she purchased in 2011 for $2.17 million. She snagged the property just after her single "Love you Like a Love Song" hit the shelves, the Redfin Blog reports.
Intruders have trespassed on this property several times. In January, a 19-year-old boy was found lurking outside for a considerable amount of time. A family member of Gomez called 911, after they spotted a suspicious figure loitering near the property. Officials arrested the man at the scene and booked him on suspicion of trespassing, reports The Daily Mail.
The Toronto Sun identified the teenager as Juan Daniel Garcia, of El Mirage, Arizona. Garcia reportedly told officers he was there to 'see the singer in person'. However, it was uncertain if Gomez was at home then.
Gomez has now completely shifted base to Calabasas, the gated posh neighborhood in L.A., which was previously home to her famous on-and-off singer boyfriend, Justin Bieber.
The Tarzana property is a 6,630-square-foot single -family residence with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Interiors of the home show French windows and wooden doors, dark paneled hardwood flooring and high tray ceilings.
The property is surrounded with lush gardens and has a pool with a crescent-shaped spa. There is a fire pit and a barbecue area too.
The listing describes the place as the, "Prettiest House in the Valley. One of the most beautiful homes in the Valley. Exquisite remodel-every aspect of the designer-done home takes your breath away."
Check out the photos of the home, here.
Gomez's Calabasas property was also trespassed on recently. A 21-year-old man claiming to be a fan of the singer was arrested in April after showing up unwanted at Gomez's new home. After he was released due to jail overcrowding, he was again found lurking near the property. He was nabbed by the police after neighbors called 911 call and caught him climbing the fence.