The low lying, glass-and-wood-encased spread was designed by architect Hagy Belzberg and has been the recipient of numerous architecture awards from the likes of Interior Design Magazine and the American Institute of Architects, California Council.
The home was built in 2007, a number of years before Williams’ tenure, which began in 2015, when he purchased the property for $7.14 million using a trust, records with PropertyShark show.
With a long and narrow footprint, the property spans upward of 4,400 square feet and has five bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and is loaded with wooden accents and clean lines to match its exterior.
There is also an infinity pool and a two-story detached guest house, complete with another bedroom and its own kitchen, according to the listing with Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency.
The listing joins another contemporary spread on the market currently being offloaded by the musician and producer.
However, the architectural pedigree of Williams’ other offering — a $16.95 million Beverly Hills mansion — is up for debate. The 7,000-square-foot, glass-covered mansion has drawn unfavorable comparisons to an office or community college.
Williams, 47, has won 13 Grammy Awards and has been nominated twice for an Academy Award.