Only one year shy of having lived in his Hollywood Hills mansion for two decades, Justin Timberlake is ready to say goodbye. (Or, rather, “Bye, Bye, Bye.”) The Wall Street Journal reports that the 13,530 square foot home has been listed for $35 million, a whopping $26.7 million more than the “Cry Me a River” singer paid when he purchased it back in 2002, prior to his marriage to actor Jessica Biel in 2012.
With nine bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and four half bathrooms split between a main house and guest house, the property certainly has plenty to offer. The interior of the Spanish villa was recently renovated by Estee Stanley—the interior designer behind plenty of celebrity homes, including the spaces of Patrick Dempsey, Ellen Pompeo, and Chris Evans. Stanley subtly blended rustic and modern styles. As far as amenities go, the property features a lit tennis court, vegetable gardens, and a private forest, along with two pools that Timberlake and Biel added during their ownership. To the side of the house, a large covered patio provides a wonderful spot for dining al fresco. Indoors luxuries include a large dressing room, decadent home theater, and four fireplaces ensure maximum coziness. Large gates and a guard house maintain the estate’s privacy.
The house was originally built in 2000 by Mad About You star Helen Hunt, but its glitzy history extends back to Hollywood’s Golden Age, when Errol Flynn had a compound on the land. The legendary actor’s dwelling was then razed in the 1980s to make way for subdividing. Timberlake and Biel own no other California homes that we know of, but their New York City, Montana, and Tennessee properties provide plenty of space for their family to live once this spot is snapped up.