Take A Tour Of The $7 Million Hollywood Home Michael B. Jordan Is Selling

Michael B. Jordan, known for his roles in "Creed," "Black Panther," and "Just Mercy," has finally found a buyer for his gorgeous Hollywood Hills property that he listed for $6,988,000 back in March 2022, as per Realtor. His soon-to-be previous mansion will make him a hefty profit if he can sell it for his asking price as he bought it for $5.8 million back in 2019.

Jordan's bachelor pad boasts more than 4,500 square feet with three bedrooms, and it neighbors celebrities such as Niall Horan, Lady Gaga, and Robert Pattinson, according to Architectural Digest. Before moving into this home, the movie star shared a $1.7 million, four-bedroom home with his parents that he purchased. Based on comments Jordan has made about his awkward roommate-like relationship with his parents during the time, we can't imagine he's planning to move back in with them. TMZ suggests he's selling because he's already purchased a new mansion in Los Angeles.

A Zen retreat in the Hollywood Hills

Stepping foot in the backyard of this estate almost makes you forget that you're in one of the most populous cities in the world. Large hedges outline the yard for maximum privacy and tall trees are scattered around to block out some of the overhead views and harsh sunlight. There are several entertainment options in this space including the outdoor kitchen, 50-foot inground pool, large jacuzzi tub, dining space, and lounge area, as explained by Realtor.

Other beautiful yard features such as a waterfall, a massive Buddha statue, and steps that lead residents further into the hill are present on the property. This is one of the easiest ways to feel as though you are living in a tropical oasis while never leaving the city. Away from the main house is also a three-car detached garage and a motor court so new tenants have plenty of space for their own vehicles and guests'.

Luxury amenities for residents and guests

Believe it or not, the inside of this mansion is the real show stopper. When you first walk in you are greeted by a large foyer that leads you to the main living room. In this living room is an enormous stone fireplace nearby a wall of glass sliding doors. Long glass panes separated by exposed beams on the ceiling let in even more natural light and views of the plant life outside. Tenants can open the stackable glass doors to essentially remove the wall creating a unique indoor-outdoor experience during mild-temperature California days.

The second living space is kiddie corner to the first. This room is outfitted with comfortable furniture and large bookshelves to become the perfect reading area. On the other side of the main level are the kitchen and dining room. Both heavily utilize warm-toned wood on the doors, cabinets, and light fixtures which tie the two areas together. The kitchen includes upgraded stainless steel appliances, an oversized gas stove, and a wood-burning pizza oven as pointed out by Zillow. The smaller dining area in the kitchen also opens up to another sitting area outdoors so residents have several options for places to sit and eat.

An indoor-outdoor living experience

The indoor-outdoor design of this house is quite reminiscent of Cole Sprouse's $2.9 million Hollywood Hills property that he bought in 2020. Jeff Mills, as pointed out by Realtor.com, was the designer of Jordan's Hollywood home that was built back in 1997. The designer put in a lot of work to make this house not only a home but a Zen retreat.

On the second floor of Jordan's property are two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the others are located on the first level. The primary bedroom boasts extra tall ceilings, a stone fireplace to match the one in the living room, and a balcony with an unbeatable view of the backyard. Connected to the primary bedroom is the primary bathroom which has a stone jacuzzi tub placed in the middle of the room. Other amenities in the bathroom include two backlit vanities and sinks, an oversized walk-in shower, a walk-in closet, and a private balcony with seating, as shown on Zillow.

The other two guest bedrooms are almost as glamorous. They both have tall ceilings with glass panes supported by exposed beams. The bedroom upstairs has its own private balcony that can be closed off by thick curtains, while the bedroom downstairs has a stone fireplace and access to a walk-in closet. No matter which one the new buyer makes available to guests, it's certain they'll be pleased with their temporary quarters.