Dr. Dre has popped his Hollywood Hills West home on the market at $35 million.
He's selling because he recently dropped $40 million on the four-acre Brentwood estate of supermodel and actress Gisele Bundchen and her husband, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
The rapper closed on that compound two days after Apple Inc. officially announced it had acquired Beats, the company he co-founded with Interscope Geffen A&M Chairman Jimmy Iovine, for $3 billion.
The contemporary estate he just listed has 9,696 square feet of living space and includes a library/media room, a den, a wine cellar, six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
There's a guesthouse and a swimming pool on the three-quarter-acre lot, which has 300-degree views of the city, mountains and ocean.
In addition to co-founding Beats, Dr. Dre, 49, is the founder and chief executive of Aftermath Entertainment.
Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency is the listing agent and represented Dr. Dre in his purchase. The Brady-Bundchen mansion was listed by Rappaport and Stephen Shapiro, also of Westside Estate Agency.
A new scene for their acts?
The remodeled Mediterranean-style house, built in 1936, has been updated with camera surveillance and a sound system. The 5,385 square feet of living space includes a formal entry, a family room, a home theater, a library/study, a media room, four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
The one-third-acre lot has a swimming pool and panoramic views of the city and ocean.
Fox, 28, will star in the summer action comedy "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." She was on the series "Hope & Faith" from 2004 to 2006. She is also a model.
Green, 40, has been on "Anger Management" since it started two years ago. He will star in the upcoming horror film "Don't Blink." Green is also a rapper.
They were married four years ago. Fox bought the property the year before for $2.943 million, public records show.
Brenda Catalano of Coldwell Banker is the listing agent.
Funnyman buys at fire-sale price
Howie Mandel must be in the mood for a building project. He just purchased three acres of vacant residential property in Encino for the fire-sale price of $1.2 million.
No, that's not just a turn of phrase. The home that was once on the site burned down, according to 2010 marketing materials in the Multiple Listing Service.
Among previous homeowners was singer-songwriter Annie Lennox of Eurythmics. She paid $1.4 million for the site, and house, in 1986.