Rapper Roddy Ricch Is Selling His Plush Beverly Hills Home and the Kitchen Alone Will Make You Want to Fork Over the Cash

published Nov 18, 2022
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JUNE 27: Roddy Ricch attends the BET Awards 2021 at Microsoft Theater on June 27, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
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Roddy Ricch might still be fairly new to the world of entertainment, but the Compton-raised rapper has already begun enjoying the spoils of his success. Case in point: the nearly $6 million Beverly Hills home he just listed after owning for just a little over a year.

According to Zillow, the house’s current listed price of $5,995,000 is $395,000 more than what Roddy paid for it last November. The four-bedroom, five-bath home is tucked away in the mountains above Beverly Hills, lying at the end of a gated driveway, which it shares with three other homes.

The modern two-story home is immediately inviting, thanks to the warmth created by its beige exterior color and dark brown accents. The same modern simplicity continues inside, where wood flooring contrasts with stark white walls and dark frames around the ample windows.

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Upstairs, the home features both a master and junior suite, offering enough space to hide away for an entire day, while enjoying views of the property’s lush landscaping. The master suite also boasts a customized walk-in closet and a large en suite bathroom featuring double vanities, a soaking tub, and a shower that can double as a steam room. A separate lounge area, which is tucked away in the corner of the suite, can be found in the area, too.

Returning downstairs, Roddy Ricch’s soon-to-be former home shares one of our favorite features of the recent California-area celebrity listings we’ve seen: plenty of options for indoor/outdoor living. The entire back wall of the house is comprised of large folding glass doors that allow plenty of light to pour in even when closed. 

In the living and dining room areas, the natural sunlight is boosted by smaller triangular windows at the very top of the wall. The living room is separated from the kitchen and dining area by a wall featuring a double-sided fireplace, keeping things cozy for those moments when it gets chilly up in the Hills.

Credit: Photographer: Alexis Adam
Credit: Photographer: Alexis Adam

The L-shaped, galley kitchen features darker wood cabinets, drawers for extra storage space, and white marble countertops that extend to a slightly different patterned marble backsplash.

The stainless steel Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances — including a very official, professional-style refrigerator— are complemented by the stainless steel fixtures on the farmhouse sink. The kitchen also benefits from a bit of additional storage, thanks to two wine fridges and a wine rack built into the eat-in island.

The house’s additional two bedrooms are also downstairs, and open out to the terraced backyard and outdoor living spaces — which may be this house’s biggest selling points.

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In addition to two immediate patio areas for eating and lounging, the backyard is also home to an in-ground pool with a built-in jacuzzi. From there, a first flight of stairs takes guests down to a pair of secluded lounge chairs; while another, longer staircase takes you down to the garden’s lower level.

There, you’ll find the option to host a full-court game of basketball, or relax in a beach-style setting nestled in a gravel-covered lounge area just across from the court.

But that’s not all! This home also features separate guest quarters which are technically attached to the main house, but allow visitors full autonomy from anything happening on that side of the property. The guest house, which has a large glass wall that gives way to the pool area, is a large efficiency-style space with a split living/sleeping area, a separate bathroom, and a kitchenette. Oh, and did we mention there’s parking for six?

Credit: Photographer: Alexis Adam

This house sounds like a dream space to work with if you enjoy entertaining guests at home and if you’re interested in putting your bid in on the Maya Librush and Aleen Der Artinian-held Compass listing, you can check it out here.

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