According to Dirt, a 5,000-square-foot Bel-Air estate cost Tyler $13 million three months after he sold his other residence in the same area. After being rebuilt this year, his new four-bedroom, the six-bathroom mansion has “custom Brazilian wood floors finished in white oak, high ceilings, and steel-case windows throughout.”
In addition, Dirt notes that the three-level house has a saltwater pool encircled by a wood deck, a cutting-edge movie theater, and an intelligent home system. The “four-car garage, along with additional parking for several more vehicles,” could have been a prominent selling feature for a luxury car enthusiast like Tyler.
Additionally, Tyler will have lots of outside areas for entertaining. A wood deck surrounds the saltwater pool in the rear, featuring a dry sauna, fire pit, bar, and BBQ area. According to Dirt, Tyler sold his former Bel-Air residence to New York-based design partners Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper for $7.9 million, which was a little bit more than the $7 million asking price.
One of the best songs on the recently released and aptly named Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale is “Dogtooth,” featuring a hook in which Tyler says he’s “tryna buy my neighbor house.” Perhaps this is just the most recent instance of his art mirroring life.