Bella Thorne puts her hot pink house on the market for 2.55M

Bella Thorne puts her hot pink Sherman Oaks house with VERY unique interior on the market for 2.55M

Bella Thorne is hoping to offload her boldly psychedelic five bedroom home in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles.

The actress put her bright pink house, which she bought in 2016, on the market on Monday, asking $2.55 million. 

The super unique home – which features vividly decorated interior walls with expansive graphics – is a comfortably large 4,500 sq ft and is gated for extra security. 

Bella Thorne is selling her LA property for $2.55M. The bold pink house was put on the market on Monday

Hot pink: The five bedroom home spans 4500 sq ft and has six bedrooms

Upon entering the property guests are greeted by a rainbow-hued staircase and a massive mural running up the two-story wall. 

Bella’s bedroom is also a work of art as it features a bathroom covered in ivy and a huge walk-in closet. 

The closet has a patterned plum ceiling and central island covered in red fur.

Another room is covered in roses with a chair that hangs from the ceiling.

Compared to the rest of the property the backyard has a minimalist contemporary feel with lush lawn, swimming pool, spa and a built-in grill.

 Eye-catching: The staircase is rainbow hued with bright yellow and pink trims separating each area

Not for everyone: The entryway features a massive mural running up the two-story wall

Wow factor: Bella’s bedroom is also a work of art as it features a bathroom covered in ivy and a huge walk-in closet

There is also apparently a ‘barn door with wine rack room’ which is supposedly an ‘art piece on its own’ but unfortunately it’s not pictured on the listing.

Bella, 22, bought the home in 2016 for $2.01 million.

Over the past year she has been renting out the property, which she has dubbed the ‘Trippy Twins Fun House,’ for parties and photoshoots as well as giving guided tours of the property for $50.

This summer however she let TikTok star Rachel Turner live there before heading off to university in the fall.

Last month Rachel filmed a TikTok video showing fans some of the stuff Bella left behind when she moved out.

Fiery: The walk-in closet features a central island covered in red fur

Bright and bold: The kitchen has a multi-color theme too

Zany: Another room is covered in roses with a chair that hangs from the ceiling

Rachel goes on to reveal that Bella also ‘left an entire garage full of stuff’ that is stacked in messy piles that nearly reach the ceiling. In one area of the garage, she has posters from her Freeform drama Famous in Love. 

‘She also left her Teen Choice Award just under a bunch of stuff in the garage, so we decided to frame it and put it up,’ Rachel says of the surfboard the actress took home after winning ‘Choice Movie Villain’ in 2015 for her role in The Duff.

See she left half of the closet full, but the other half was empty,’ the TikTok star explains. ‘So she did bring a lot of stuff with her, but she left half of her closet.

Perfect for parties: The backyard looks pretty contemporary with a pool and lush lawn, swimming pool and spa, with a built-in grill

Living the life: Rachel Turner, 17, from San Diego, California, is living in Bella’s six-bedroom home this summer

Original decor: Rachel, who has more than 450,000 TikTok followers, gave a video tour last month of the one-of-a-kind pad last week, pointing out all the stuff Bella, 22, had left behind

Hard to miss: Bella’s tutu-wearing dinosaur and unicorn statues are still in the living room along with framed photos of the former Disney star

‘I honestly don’t know why, so don’t keep asking. I guess she just didn’t want it anymore or maybe she does? I dunno.

She’s still our landlord, so she comes by every once in a while to check on the house,’ she notes. ‘I’m going to ask her next time she comes by.’ 

Before turning it into a rental property, Bella lived in the bachelorette pad with Dani, 27, and decorated it to fit their funky aesthetic. 

The property was featured on MTV’s Cribs in October 2018 and also got a write-up from Architectural Digest earlier that year.

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