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Singer and songwriter Halsey is humming a new real estate tune. The 24-year-old recently snagged a glorious midcentury modern home in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles, Variety reports.

The home was designed in 1959 by architect Richard Dorman, who “helped shape the midcentury modern landscape of Los Angeles,” according to the Los Angeles Conservancy.

The singer, whose real name is Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, paid $2.4 million in March for the melodious masterpiece.

Located in the “highly coveted” Sherman Oaks neighborhood, the post-and-beam home was “restored and updated while staying true to its original form,” the listing notes. 

Halsey’s new home

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Living room with walls of glass

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Dining room

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Updated kitchen

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Master suite

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Patio

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Pool

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The 2,226-square-foot home has four bedrooms and 2.5 baths. It features walls of glass in every room, tongue and groove ceilings, and an open floor plan.

The living room has a stone fireplace, and the sleek kitchen is equipped with walnut cabinets, Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, and a wine fridge. Other spaces include an office, family room, and dining area. 

The master suite comes with a bath with dual vanities, and sliding glass doors that open to the outside. The guest bedrooms also open to the outside. Other details include built-in storage, a spacious patio, and a carport.

Halsey, who shot to fame by posting her songs online, signed with Astralwerks in 2014. 

Her album “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” debuted at No. 1 in 2017 and spawned the hit singles “Bad at Love” and “Now or Never.” Last year, she released the song “Without Me,” which has been streamed on Spotify nearly 750 million times.

The singer also reportedly owns a contemporary Hollywood Hills home that she picked up in 2017 for $2.2 million.

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