Ziggy Marley’s Beverly Hills home is officially available for rent, and, it should be noted, comes with all the good vibes one might expect from the reggae royalty. The son of Bob and Rita Marley currently spends most of his time at a larger, more over the top home in celebrity favorite Toluca Lake, so it makes sense that he’s looking for tenants to rent out his spacious abode. The five bedroom, five and half bath home spans approximately 4,200 square feet and is currently listed for 16,000$ a month, down considerably from Marley’s original asking price of 25,000$ a month.
The ranch-style home features Mediterranean touches and was originally built in 1956, though it was renovated in early 2000,s by architect Gus Duffy and builder Gordon Gibson. Its interiors are spacious, with vaulted, exposed beam ceilings and plenty of natural light courtesy of numerous windows in each room. The living room features a cozy stacked stone fireplace, and a separate family room has its own carved stone fireplace, as well as a set of arched French doors. The eat-in kitchen boasts state of the art appliances and largely revolves around a marble-topped center island, with faux distressed carved wood cabinetry rounding out the aesthetic.
Celebrities Lifestyle Reviews the son of Jamaican reggae icons Bob and Rita Marley spends most of his time at his Toluca Lake home.
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Each of the four guest bedrooms is en-suite, while the master suite features its own fireplace, as well as a master bathroom with a Jacuzzi-style soaking tub and a glass-enclosed steam shower. Outback, the yard is surrounded by high hedging and tall trees that ensure ultimate shade and privacy, while the central focal point is a free form swimming pool and spa. Though Marley and his wife, Orly Agai, call the Toluca Lake mansion their primary residence, it’s not hard to see why they’re not fully offloading their Beverly Hills abode. In a 2016 interview with Billboard, Ziggy Marley explained that the couple had decided early on that in lieu of hiring an interior decorator, they would fill the rooms with treasures from their travels. “Everything was finished with feeling. Everything was ‘this addresses me, we should get it,'” Marley said. “That is the most ideal approach to assemble your home.”