Drag Superstar RuPaul Lists His Colorful Casa For $4.9M
Legendary entertainer and TV host RuPaul has his sights set on greener runways as he lists his cushy 2,362-square-foot Californian sanctuary. The fabulous hilltop home sits on the edge of a ravine in the coveted Bird Streets neighborhood with spectacular, soaring views of L.A.’s Sunset Strip. No stranger to a bright pop of color, it comes as no surprise that the four-time Emmy award winner decorated the 1960s abode in vibrant hues and jaw-dropping, bold pattern. With views that stretch from downtown L.A. to the Pacific Ocean, it won’t be long until the RuPaul’s Drag Race star’s property is scooped up.
Click through to step inside the personality-packed abode.
The street-facing, two-car detached garage is painted a bright tangerine color for striking curb appeal.
In the extravagant entrance, a punch of geometric-patterned wallpaper, rich red paint and an animated portrait of Dolly Parton greet guests upon arrival.
The open concept living-dining area with floor-to-ceiling glass doors is swathed in jewel tones, abstract art and a funky retro-style fireplace.
Eclectic portraits gaze upon guests in the dining room accented by plush violet upholstered chairs.
The dramatic kitchen juxtaposes the lively color-centric homestead, while a layered glass chandelier and canary yellow tea set counteract the moody aura.
Not one to shy away from a bold print or vibrant hue, RuPaul doubles down on glamour and fun in this screening room decked with a giraffe print rug, leopard print throw pillows and an orange L-shaped couch.
Taking bold interior design risks paid off in this bedroom, complete with a wall of open shelving and a print heavy rug to accent the room beautifully.
A saturated blue hue pairs perfectly with the deep soaking tub and matching, sculpted sinks unique to the drag superstar’s style sensibility.
A quiet reading nook with sliding glass doors open onto the pool deck from the principal bedroom.
The property’s spa and pool backyard can toggle from party ready to completely relaxing, and the views span from downtown L.A. right to the ocean.