$3m price tag on Robin Thicke's LA pad

CHRISTINA ZHOU
Last updated 13:52 31/07/2014
Robin THicke

RESORT STYLE: Robin Thicke's Los Angeles home boasts a luxurious outdoor pool and spa.

Robin THicke
NOT A BAD SPOT: The pad has stunning views over the canyon towards LA.
Robin THicke
THE KITCHEN: With wood ceilings and cupboards the kitchen is suprisingly cosy.

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Singer Robin Thicke and his estranged wife Paula Patton have put their Los Angeles pad up for sale.

The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home in the Hollywood Hills area has been listed for US$2.985 million (3.48 million), according to Variety.

The property has a resort-style pool and spa, brick fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors that open to a fairy light-lit terrace, with stunning views over the canyon towards LA.

One of the bedrooms is fitted out as a recording studio, another is paved with large, white square tiles - those typically found in a bathroom - and another bedroom features aqua blue walls. The star has a quirky sense of style.

In close proximity to Thicke's property are homes owned - but not necessarily occupied - by Michael Buble, RuPaul Charles and Jennifer Aniston.

The property, now listed by Sotheby's International Realty, is said to have been bought by the Blurred Lines singer's father, Alan Thicke, for $910,000 in 1990 before it was passed onto him in 2005 - the same year the couple married.

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