Former teen idol Aaron Carter is selling his home on the distant edge of Los Angeles County for $599,000.
Located in the Antelope Valley town of Lancaster, Calif, the two-story stucco home was built in 1997. A typical suburban spread, it has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,686 square feet of living space.
The home offers a big backyard with a swimming pool — a necessity given the Mojave Desert locale.
Carter purchased the home in October 2018 for $430,000. It sits well north of Los Angeles and is over an hour away from Hollywood — with no traffic.
It’s blessed with an open floor plan featuring high ceilings in the formal living area and formal dining area. The family room is highlighted by a fireplace and custom built-in entertainment area. Wood laminate floors run throughout most of the home and offer a warm feel.
The family area easily flows into a large kitchen with upgraded steel appliances, granite countertops, a pantry and plenty of cabinets for ample storage. The kitchen also features a charming window seat for chilling while meals are prepped.
Right off the staircase on the home’s upper level is a multipurpose loft with a built-in desk. Carter currently has this space configured as a music studio of sorts. A drum kit and other instruments can be seen in the listing photos along with framed records and awards.
Around the corner lies the spacious master suite. The master bath area has double sinks, a tub and custom shower, as well as a large walk-in closet.
The home’s two additional bedrooms are also located on the second floor, and all the bathrooms have been upgraded.
Carter, 32, rocketed to fame a couple of decades ago at the height of the boy-band era. His 2000 album, “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It),” sold over 3 million copies, and he served as an opening act for Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys. In recent years, he’s been a tabloid staple with health issues, addiction problems and run-ins with the law.
Christie Limpus-Hathaway with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices has the listing.
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