Wiz Khalifa looks to part ways with LA home for $4.49M

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Rapper Wiz Khalifa, whose hits over the years have included “Black and Yellow” and “See You Again,” wants to part ways with his Los Angeles home to a tune of $4.49 million, his listing reps told The Post.

Located in Encino, in the San Fernando Valley, the Grammy-nominated Khalifa purchased this 5,875-square-foot residence for $3.4 million in early 2019, according to the Los Angeles Times. This listing also comes a month after Khalifa — real name Cameron Thomaz — spent $7.62 million for a slightly larger home located a few miles away.

Described in its listing as transitional modern architecture, the home’s design elements include smooth stucco, wood and walls of glass.

Khalifa is selling after recently buying a larger home several miles away.Getty ImagesThe home is located in Encino.The home is located in Encino.James MossThe formal dining area.The formal dining area.James MossThe large kitchen has built-in Miele appliances.The large kitchen has built-in Miele appliances.James MossThe home doesn't shy from indoor/outdoor access.The home doesn’t shy from indoor/outdoor access.James MossEntertain guests in an indoor living area and just outside with space for al-fresco dining.Entertain guests in an indoor living area and just outside with space for al-fresco dining.James MossThe amenity-rich spread also has a home theater.The amenity-rich spread also has a home theater.James MossThere are six bedrooms altogether.There are six bedrooms altogether.James MossA covered outdoor living area.A covered outdoor living area.James MossThe pool and spa.The pool and spa.James MossPlay one-on-one on this small court.Play one-on-one on this small court.James MossThe outdoor area also includes room for grilling.The outdoor area also includes room for grilling.James Moss

A foyer with high ceilings marks the entry point of the home — and beyond it, there’s a formal living area next to a home theater, the latter of which has space for a couple rows of plush seats. The listing also notes a roomy formal dining room — accented with three oversize windows — opens to the main family room with built-ins, a fireplace, floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to the outside and a 100-bottle wine bar.

Meanwhile, the kitchen includes a breakfast nook and built-in Miele appliances. Upstairs, the primary suite includes a bar and fridge, a custom fireplace, a spa-like bathroom and a balcony. In sum, the home has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a powder room.

What’s more: Head outside, and the new owner will have a pool and spa, a concrete barbecue and a small basketball court to shoot hoops. The current pool cabana can even be converted into a gym or a studio.

Alan Taylor of Compass and Brian Capossela of Cap Equity have the listing.

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