Celebrity Real Estate

Bad Bunny Buys Ariana Grande’s LA Hideaway for $8.3 Million

The “Yes And?” singer sold the property at a loss
Bad Bunny on stage with arms outstretched holding microphone
Bad Bunny has won three Grammys.Photo: Alexander Tamargo/Telemundo via Getty Images

Ariana Grande is parting ways with one of her Los Angeles properties, according to Robb Report. The buyer? Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, a.k.a. reggaeton sensation Bad Bunny. The dwelling changed hands for $8.3 million—a loss for the “No Tears Left to Cry” singer, who paid $8.9 million for the 0.74-acre property in March 2021.

Photos and details of the modest Bird Streets hideaway, privately tucked amongst greenery at the end of a long gated driveway, are sparse: Grande both bought and sold it off-market. The property is reportedly made up of three hillside parcels that host one single-story structure. Built in 1946, the three-bedroom and two-bathroom house spans slightly less than 1,600 square feet.

At the time of the Grammy winner’s purchase, it was speculated that she would tear down the current structure to build a newlywed dream home with her then-fiancé, real estate agent Dalton Gomez. Since then, the pair has wed and divorced; Grande dropped $4.9 million on Cameron Diaz’s nearby Hollywood Hills abode, and the Bird Streets property remains untouched.

Time will tell whether Bad Bunny will keep the dwelling as a secluded pied-à-terre or build a larger structure in its place. The petite home was remodeled in 2020 and reportedly features a rustic-contemporary-style interior. There’s also an attached two-car garage and a large paved patio with an angular swimming pool.


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The “El Apagón” rapper maintains a Hollywood Hills estate that he bought last year for $8.8 million. Spanning over 7,000 square feet, the home on that property boasts a lot more space for the Bullet Train star to spread out. In October, he signed the lease on a West Chelsea penthouse. At $150,000 per month, the home is reportedly the most expensive rental apartment in New York City.