Chris Brown shares why his Tarzana villa had to tighten security by installing 16 cameras around the building

Chris Brown shares why his Tarzana villa had to tighten security by installing 16 cameras around the building

Born Christopher It would be an understatement to suggest that Maurice Brown, better known as Chris Brown, is a household nɑme. At the beginning of his career, the controversy surrounding billionaire singer and businesswoman Rihanna brought his personal life to the forefront, which undoubtedly hurt his reputation.

He persisted though, and as a result, he now has the possessions, trinkets, and business initiatives to show for it. So let’s take a look inside one of his prized possessions, the Tarzana, California, “smart house” mansion he paid $4.35 mιllιon for in 2014.

One thing he won’t have to worry about is security because he has a cutting-edge alarm system and 16 security cameras strategically placed across the property. He might require 16 cameras to monitor his property for a number of reasons, including the fact that it is secluded and spread out over 8,300 square feet on roughly an acre of ground.

The San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Tarzana is nɑmed for the Tarzan character from Disney. Given that Chris Breezy may occasionally be a wild guy himself, it makes sense why he would chose to reside somewhere with this nɑme. Even though Chris Brown’s huge home is larger than the smallest mansion Rihanna has ever owned (8,300 square feet), it still has a lot to offer.

The gated mansion has six bedrooms and six bathrooms, each with stone and hardwood flooring that runs throughout the entire house. The interior is exquisite. However, some parts of the house have spotless white tile that beautifully offsets the dark timber accents. Being the tech-savvy millennial superstar that he is, this mansion is not only a smart home, but it also uses solar energy. Chris, how to invest in combating climate change!

The house’s façade includes a sizable garage that can fit thirteen vehicles, including bikes and quad bikes, to satisfy Chris Brown’s automobile and motorcycle passion.

Chris is renowned for using spray paint to decorate the outside of his house, but his Tarzana mansion’s interior design is sure to capture your eye. As you might anticipate from a California home, the living and dining rooms are roomy and light-filled.

The living room and den, which have a sleek and straightforward design and a rustic wooden seating table as well as flat-screen TVs mounted on the walls, continue the spacious feeling of the estate. Even one of the living rooms has a sliding glass wall that opens to the terrace and an integrated fireplace

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