Leona Lewis Isn’t “Bleeding Love” for Her Home Anymore; Lists for $2.5 Million

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Although listing records show it was purchased in September 2009, Leona Lewis’ home is back on the Hollywood Hills real estate market with a markup of $650,000, according to the Real Estalker blog.

British songstress Lewis burst onto the pop scene in 2006 after winning “The X Factor,” Britain’s version of “American Idol,” and gaining Simon Cowell as mentor. From there she made British music history when her debut single (“A Moment Like This”) was downloaded 50,000 times in just 30 minutes.

After topping the charts in England, she crossed the Atlantic to promote her record “Spirit” with her chart-topping song “Bleeding Love,” earning three Grammy nominations along the way. While she was over in the U.S., she apparently also picked up a state-side home in the star-studded Los Angeles neighborhood of Hollywood Hills where median Hollywood Hills home values are now $968,400. According to listing information, Lewis purchased her pad for $1,850,000.

Like most celebrity enclaves, Lewis’ Mediterranean-style home is incredibly private. The property is set behind not one, but two gates in a private community near the Sunset Strip.

With 3,946 square feet of living space, Lewis’ 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath home is pretty modest for a multi-platinum artist. The home was built in 1999, and was, according to the listing, completely remodeled and updated in all-white, glam theme.

The kitchen includes a granite bar—in white—with attached bar seats and glossy white cabinets. Many of the rooms have high ceilings, hardwood floors and curved entry ways as well as other trim detailing. It appears that much of the home was staged for the buyer, unless by chance Lewis prefers to cover her furniture with blue sheets.

The listing is provided by Christopher Dyson of Keller Williams Realty.

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