Todrick Hall lists his Sherman Oaks home for $7.3 million – Daily News

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A Sherman Oaks home owned by the singer, choreographer and reality TV star Todrick Hall has hit the market for $7.25 million.

The 8,000-square-foot house has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a spacious great room with glass walls that opens to the terraced backyard.

Records show Hall bought the property in May 2022 for $6.1 million, 19% more than its asking price, although it initially surfaced for sale at $8.5 million in December. It’s also available for a monthly lease of $29,500.

Built on an over-three-quarter-acre lot in 2018, the house has a dining room with a bar and a fireplace in the living room.

The gourmet kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances, a double oven, an espresso machine and a pantry with a utility sink. A second kitchen is on the lower level, along with a home theater

Pocket doors open from both sides of the primary suite on the upper level, which is accessible by a floating staircase or elevator. The suite features a fireplace, a seating area with a wet bar and a balcony that overlooks the pool, which boasts a see-through glass wall.

There’s a spa, lounge deck, expansive covered patio with a fire pit, a barbecue area, an outdoor powder room and a pool shower.

Features of the primary bathroom include dual water closets, custom lighting and a large walk-in closet with a dedicated vanity area.

A rooftop deck offers valley and mountain views.

Brooke A. Elliott and Joshua Morrow of Christie’s AKG share the listing.

Hall, 38, gained popularity after a brief stint on the ninth season of “American Idol” and amassed a large following on YouTube. In 2015, he starred in the MTV docuseries “Todrick.” He went on to choreograph and occasionally judge on “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

He also played Lola in the Broadway show “Kinky Boots” and later appeared as Billy Flynn in “Chicago” on Broadway and the West End.

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