Built in 1962 by architects Conrad Buff and Donald Hensman, it’s the perfect perch for the singer, who’s known for her clear, sleek, and unique style.
Since its construction, the home has been thoughtfully expanded to accommodate three bedrooms and 3.5 baths in 2,723 square feet of space.
It sits on a bluff in a gated community in Nichols Canyon, and features floor-to-ceiling windows as well as glass doors to take in the lovely canyon views.
The home seems more spacious than it actually is, thanks in part to its off-white wood flooring, clean lines, and post and beam ceilings. Most of the brick—on the walls and the living roomfireplace—has been painted white, adding to the airy aesthetic.
Covered balconies and terraces abound, enabling the flow between indoor and outdoor spaces. The European-style kitchen and bathrooms are minimalist.
The master suite has walk-in closets and a private patio. The other bedrooms also have private decks, including one that leads to a sauna.
The grounds feature drought-tolerant, native plants and a green lawn punctuated by geometric, concrete steps. There’s also an infinity pool that appears to cascade down the hillside. A deck with built-in seating runs along the side.
Lennox gained international stardom in the 1980s with fellow musician Dave Stewart as the Eurythmics, with iconic hits including “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” “Here Comes the Rain Again,” and “Would I Lie to You?” She’s also enjoyed a number of hits as a solo artist and been nominated for 11 Grammy Awards.
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