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Peek inside Chris Brown's $4.3 Million Tarzana Mansion That Has 16 Security Cameras

Manuela Cardiga
Jan 04, 2021
04:20 P.M.
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Rapper Chris Brown is living the good life, and doing it in luxury in a $4.3 million mansion in Tarzana in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles.


Singer Chris Brown is the proud owner of a lavish home in Los Angeles, Tarzana in the San Fernando Valley, once the site of the ranch of Edgar Rice Burroughs, the creator of Tarzan.

The lovely home is set on a three-quarter acre lot and boasts 8,300 square feet of living space, plenty of room to spread out in, and plenty of space for guests and parties.

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In 2016, the house became the center of a police siege for 11 hours, while Brown was said to be holding a woman at gunpoint. At the time, Brown had been on parole following his assault on his then-girlfriend, singer Rihanna, and was prohibited from owning a gun.

Brown's refusal to allow the search of his house for a weapon led to the standoff. The incident ended peaceably, and police later ascertained that there had never been a gun.

Brown's neighbors were even less amused when the singer decided to use one of the outside walls of his house as a giant canvas


Since those days, Brown's life has changed considerably, and he is now the proud father of two children, daughter Royalty whom he shares with Nia Guzman, and son Aeko, born in November 2019 and whom he shares with Ammika Harris.

There is a lot to do outside Brown's mansion too, with an outdoor living room and a kitchen, a big salt-water swimming pool with a real waterfall, and of course, lots of space to run around and play in. The whole complex has 16 security cameras installed to prevent break-ins.



But Brown is anything but conventional and he had his neighbors in a tizzy when he decided to hold a yard sale at his home in November 2019. The singer announced the yard sale on Instagram, and thousands showed up.

Brown sold off hundreds of designer items to eager fans, some happy to buy something that had belonged to their icon, the more fashion-savvy, stocking up on practically new high-end fashion items at incredible prices.


Brown's neighbors were even less amused when the singer decided to use one of the outside walls of his house as a giant canvas. His huge paintings of "Predator" and "Alien"-inspired art in vibrant pinks, purples, and turquoise did not go down well in the affluent and low-key neighborhood.

Brown is currently spending time with his adorable children, Royalty, and Aeko, from whom he was separated during the COVID-19 quarantine in April 2020.

The singer was heartbroken since his baby son was with his mother on a trip to Germany, and the two were prevented from returning to the United States for some months.


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