Pharrell Williams puts Miami penthouse up for sale... and it could be yours for a cool $16.8 million
Pharrell Williams is selling his Miami penthouse for $16.8 million.
The N.E.R.D. frontman is flipping the South Beach property, purchased in 2007 for $12.525 million.
According to property website Realtor.com, the 9,080-square-foot luxury high-rise unit is complete with five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a home theatre and penthouse pool.
Luxury: Pharrell Williams has put his South Beach, Miami penthouse on the market for $16.8 million
Vistas: A terrace overlooks Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline
A terrace with sprawling vistas of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay can be seen through floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the home, built in 1993.
Dark wood, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances furnish the kitchen, while bathrooms are lined with marble and hardwood floors feature throughout.
Fine dining: Pharrell purchased the property in 2007 for just over $12.5 million
Eat-in kitchen: Stainless steel appliances and granite countertops furnish the kitchen
Home theatre: Guests can kick back in loungers while watching a game on the big screen
The home also comes with a four-car garage and community tennis courts.
Other community features include a BBQ/picnic area, bike storage, bike/jog path, child play area, community room, library, pool, sauna and, of course, a doorman.
Pharrell, 39, recently spoke to W magazine about living in what editors called 'the world's most luxurious treefort'.
'Living your life 40 floors up, looking out every day on ocean and skies, you see the world from a different point of view.
Coast to coast: Pharrell Williams attends the 22nd annual Glamour Women of the Year Awards at Carnegie Hall on November 12 in New York City
Game room: The musician has furnished his loft with a pool table
Sweeping: Biscayne Bay, and several other luxury homes, can be seen from the balcony
In the lap of luxury: Greenery lines a private penthouse pool
Sleep well: One of five bedrooms in the home overlooks the bay
'It's like living in a very interesting fishbowl, but since no one can see up here, it’s like a fishbowl with a limo tint,' he mused.
Since moving into the home, Pharrell has furnished it with his massive art collection, including works from Takashi Murakami and Keith Haring.
He's also decorated with furnishings of his own design.
One sitting room is dotted with colourful chairs designed with plastic human-shaped legs.
The sculptures are called Perspective, and are the result of a collaboration between the rapper and Domeau & Pérès.
Only the best: One of six-and-a-half bathrooms is lined with marble walls and flooring
His own design: Pharrell's Perspective chairs, featuring human-shaped legs, decorate a sitting room
Relax: Another bedroom is perched in the sky
Al fresco: Guests can also dine outside with the clouds not high above from 40 stories up
Pharrell told the MusicSlut blog of his inspiration: 'I had often wondered what it’s like to truly be in love,not lust for once.
'So I decided not to ask what it was like in someone else’s shoes or what it was like to sit in their seat... I decided to sketch out my own experiment; the perspective chair.'
While the musician may be selling off his party penthouse, he shows no signs of slowing down.
He recently released his own coffee-table book, entitled Pharrell: Places and Spaces I've Been.
Lounging: One could make an easy past-time of suntanning on the roof
Hello, Miami! Pharrell has spoken above feeling on top of the world from his high-rise home
Out of view: Few could see atop the sweeping terrace that towers over nearby buildings
In it, the star ruminates on conversations with his mentors and other inspirational figures, including Jay-Z, Anna Wintour, Kanye West and Buzz Aldrin.
Pharrell has also been working with Miley Cyrus in his Miami studio.
He's hesitant to discuss what the pair plan to release.
He told CNN: 'We don't like to do a lot of talking about what it's gonna do or what it's gonna be. It's just -- it's good stuff man.'