Babyface chases $8 million for custom Bel-Air mansion

Kenneth Edmonds, the Grammy Award-winning producer known as Babyface, is asking for $8 million for her nearly two-decade old Bel-Air home.

That’s nearly double the $4.1 million he paid for the property in 2004, records show. The home has changed dramatically over the years, as Edmonds added custom skylights and a number of amenities including a gym, music studio, movie theater and brick wine cellar.

It is located on half an acre in Bel-Air Crest, a guarded area with about 200 houses. Edmonds’ site is more than 7,500 square feet and opens through a pair of antique carved wooden doors.

Inside, a large two-story entrance sheathed with wrought iron and columns set an impressive tone. It branched out with a formal dining room, chef’s kitchen, family room and black and white living room with wet bar.

An elevator navigates the three-story floor plan, ascending to the main suite with lounge and spa tub. The top floor also has a wraparound terrace, overlooking a tree-lined backyard with outdoor kitchen and waterfall pool.

Noting the neighborhood’s exclusivity and the size of the home, listing agent Tomer Fridman of Compass called it an “extremely elite product for the market.”

Babyface has released eight studio albums since the 1980s, most recently “Return of the Tender Lover” in 2015. As a producer, the 63-year-old has won 12 Grammy Awards and collaborated with many R&B artists include Bobby Brown, Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, TLC and Usher. Babyface chases $8 million for custom Bel-Air mansion

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