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Louis Tomlinson Is Looking For Someone To Rent His Calabasas Home

The only direction this former 1D star is headed? Landlord city.

Former One Direction crooner Louis Tomlinson has listed his five-bed, eight-bath Calabasas, CA, home for rent, less than two years after buying it for $10 million. The price tag? Just $40,000 per month.

Located on 5 acres just minutes from the sparkling beaches of Malibu, CA, Louis’ expansive compound is reminiscent of the California Mission style and Santa Barbara, CA, architecture. Built in 1991, the 9,659-square-foot main house boasts carved limestone mantels, hand-hewn walnut floors, alder wood beam ceilings, and custom chandeliers. There’s also a home theater, game room, two-story library, and wine cellar.

Surrounded by grounds dotted with oak and sycamore trees, the property also includes a guardhouse, two guesthouses, and a meditation teahouse. A resort-style pool and spa, limestone patios, koi pond, waterfall, vineyard, and organic gardens only add to the Zen factor. Perhaps Louis should consider staying put and soak in those relaxing vibes, considering his recent arrest! (We’re just saying.)

While he maintains a home back in London, last fall it seemed that Louis would put down roots in the Hollywood Hills. In 2016, the English singer dropped $7.3 million on a four-bedroom, six-bathroom spread off the Sunset Strip. With Louis wrapped up in a custody battle with Briana Jungwirth, the 6,000-square-foot home was thought to be the perfect spot for him to lead a quiet life with his son, Freddie.

But Louis certainly isn’t the only 1D band member making some big real estate moves. Harry Styles, a former 1D bandmate, bought a West Hollywood, CA, home in an off-market deal in 2016. Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum used to live next door! Imagine those neighborhood barbecues! Meanwhile, Niall Horan snagged a $4 million estate with renovations completed by architectural legend Frank Gehry himself. Sounds exactly like the tiny apartment you lived in as a 20-something, right?

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