The Los Angeles mansion rapper Tupac Shakur once called home is now on the market for $2.6 million, and includes a relic of his time there.
Before his tragic death in 1996, Tupac lived in this Woodland Hills manse with his fiancée, Kidada Jones, the daughter of Quincy Jones. A 1997 Vanity Fair article says the property had been rented for him by his label Death Row Records, and the LA Times reported that he was in the process of purchasing it (funds were in escrow) when he was fatally shot in Las Vegas.
Now, more than twenty years later, the Mediterranean-style home is back on the market. The 5,895 square foot six bedroom, four and a half bathroom home is "every entertainer's dream with breathtaking valley views," according to the listing. The master bedroom is especially MTV Cribs ready, with "a private living room, three walk in closets and elegant master bath that features a large shower with two steamers, and a deep Jacuzzi tub that faces the decorative fireplace."
Outside, you'll find two dog runs, a two car garage plus a driveway that can accommodate 15 (yes, 15) more vehicles, and plenty of entertaining space: a pool and spa with a fire pit, fireplace and full kitchen and bar.
The current owners reportedly spent $1 million to update the property, but the San Fernando Valley home still has a piece of Tupac: Outside, a concrete slab is hand etched with "Outlawz Let no man separate what we create" from the rapper's 1997 single, "Made N****z".
DJ Lethal from Limp Bizkit also lived here at one point, and he took a separate concrete slab engraved with "Machiavelli" and turned it into a coffee table, according to the listing agent.
The property is currently listed with Keller Williams for $2.6 million.