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Sitting atop the Encino Hills, this modern home boasts 360-degree views of Los Angeles.
Located at 16187 Royal Oak Drive in Encino, California, this was once the pad for singer Jessica Simpson's little sister, Ashlee Simpson, who reportedly paid $4.5 million for the property in 2005.
With 9,005 square feet of living space on 1.19 acres, the house boasts high ceilings and gorgeous views from nearly every room of the four-bedroom house. It has seven bathrooms, including a master bathroom suite with an indoor sauna, steam room and a hot tub looking out onto the spectacular vista.
Upon entering the gated driveway, guests are greeted with two built-in water fountains. While in the backyard, they'll find an infinity-edge pool and Jacuzzi.
The listing price is $5.9 million.
Want a personal tour inside? Watch the video or read the property's full listing here.
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