Chris Cornell's Former LA Home Is On The Market For $10 Million

As we witness property scarcity nationally this year, more million-dollar houses in Los Angeles are getting passed on from their previous owners to the wealthy interested folks who want a new taste of the city life. Not long ago, it was Pharrell Williams who sold his $9.2 estate, then shortly after, Naomi Osaka dropped $6 million for Nick Lachey's Mansion. Now, it's Chris Cornell's former home that recently hit the market for $10 million.

Before the shocking death of the Soundgarden vocalist in 2017 (as per the Daily Mail), Cornell lived in this magnificent Ellison Drive, Beverly Hills home together with his wife. NY Post noted that the duo purchased the five-bedroom residence for $4.22 million in 2005 but later sold it to Christine Snider-Decroix for $5.1 million in 2013. The house is now listed for nearly $10 million on Zillow. If you've always wanted to experience that urban-suburban mix feel of life in Beverly Hills, this home offers you a great chance to live a life of luxury.

Outside Chris Cornell's former L.A. home

According to Canyon News, the pristine paradise mansion (as it is fondly called for the benevolent palm trees surrounding it) spans majestically over 5,800 square feet. It secludes from the rest of the city its $10 million luxury behind a truly stylish modern gate. On the property, New York Post explained, the new owner gets an infinity pool for calming coolness during the hot days. 

They also mentioned that close to the pool and affixed to the main building is a great room that offers an unobstructed view of hills, trees, and a golden sunset during an evening relaxation. It can be denoted from the pictures shared on the post that this great room has a modern ventless gas fireplace to keep residents warm in the chillier temperatures of winter as they relax into the cozy leather sofa. There's also a spacious entertainment outdoor lounge for house parties and family reunions.

Inside the primary suite and living space

The interior of the primary suite is a real beauty to behold, filled with a lot of functional rooms that take classy living to the extreme. Canyon News said that the entire building has just been renovated before it got listed, with truly expensive floor finishes and handmade Italian chandeliers shining from the 20-foot ceiling of the entertainment space. Hopefully, this will attract the luxury purchasers it is targeted at.

New York Post gave further details, mentioning two fully loaded closets in the primary suite, which has its own modern electric fireplace and a wall-hung TV. They also mentioned that the primary suite has a glass-themed bathroom featuring a soaking tub and a large wall bathroom mirror completing the handwashing sink. The formal living room itself is adorned with artworks, such as a contemporary American painting in a frame hung above a fireplace and a buddha sculpture included for good vibes. It is lighted by two classic mid-century corner lamps and completed by a polished furniture set.

The five bedrooms and other living space

As found in the pictures shared on the listing, the white-themed building has a minimalist kitchen that features two smart dishwashers, a compact espresso machine, a winter wine fridge, and other modern kitchen appliances. The kitchen is connected to a breakfast area and an entertainment bar that shares the same fireplace as the formal living space. Each of the luxurious five bedrooms has its own dedicated bathroom, and there's an additional restroom for visitors.

Some additional interior spaces that make the building $10-million-worthy include a gym area for workout sessions, a professional-looking office space, and a truly cozy media room den where a guitar hangs on the wall (possibly belonging to the deceased singer). Overall, the indoor area of this Beverly Hills residence is an outcome of a systematic combination of mirrors with open space polished in white and grey tones. A truly brilliant display of architecture intelligence.