Singer Gwen Stefani has paid $2,395,000 to purchase a 3,351-square-foot house in Los Angeles’ Hancock Park area.

In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Stefani’s purchase of the home at 210 S. Citrus Avenue, which she made through her Von Trapp Trust and which closed on June 25. The purchase was recorded on July 5, according to public records.


Stefani’s use for the house is unclear, since we don’t for an instant expect this to be the singer-songwriter’s principal residence. We previously have written several times about Stefani’s real estate moves, which have included her paying $13,250,000 in August 2006 through her Von Trapp Trust to purchase a six-bedroom, 9,001-square-foot mansion at 11951 Crest Place in the gated Hollywood Hills community known as the Summit (which uses the Beverly Hills post office). And once she was settled into her new mansion, Stefani also sold her 4,926-square-foot house at 2566 Aberdeen Avenue in Los Angeles’ Los Feliz neighborhood for $4,795,000 on March 27 to “That ‘70s Show” co-creator Mark Brazill, according to public records.

Now, Stefani has added another home to her real-estate portfolio. Built in 1926, the five-bedroom Hancock Park house has four baths and sits on a 0.15-acre parcel, according to public records.

This isn’t the first time that Stefani has owned Los Angeles-area property that she clearly doesn’t occupy. As we had noted on April 2, Stefani paid $350,000 in 1999 through her Von Trapp Trust for a two-bedroom, 1,160-square-foot house at 727 N. Gardner Street in Los Angeles’ Hollywood area that was built in 1923 and that she continues to own to this day, according to public records. And some other property purchases in Orange County have been made by a Jennifer Stefani that have shown the Gardner Street address as a home.

We wrote about Stefani’s various real estate transactions on April 2 and again on May 8.
Check out an online slide show for Stefani’s new Hancock Park house in flash here.