Tyrese Gibson, the beloved star of Fast X, possesses a magnificent villa featuring an exquisite terrace

An unremarkable, tan-colored Mediterranean-ish house that almost no one passing by would notice or look at twice is the Woodland Hills, California compound that Atlanta-based singer and actor Tyrese Gibson has listed for sale at a price that is less than $2.9 million. This price is more than twice as much as the $1.385 million that he paid for the property shortly after it was constructed eleven years ago.

Over the course of the late 1990s, the singer known for her hits “Sweet Lady” and “How You Gonna Act Like That” has recorded a total of six albums and distributed 3.7 million records, as indicated by estimations found on the internet. There have been five “Fast & Furious” films and three “Transformers” films in which he has starred, and the latter has shown him greater success. He is going to star alongside Jared Leto in the “Morbius” spinoff of the “Spider-Man” franchise, as well as in two additional “Fast & Furious” films. Not only is he a singer, but he is also becoming into a movie star.

The main house on Gibson’s not-quite-half-acre parcel, which was discovered for the first time on Zillow Gone Wild and is currently available through “Selling Sunset” star Jason Oppenheim of The Oppenheim Group, is one of the four structures on the property. It features five bedroom suites, including a primary suite that features two walk-in closets and a terrace, as well as 5.5 bathrooms.

The huge double-height combination entrance and living room with its even grander curved staircase and curlicued wrought-iron railings is the exception, but much of the main house is a typical upmarket suburban affair that can accommodate a large family.

The massive living area contains a black fireplace, white slipcovered furniture, and a baby grand piano.

This home theater contains brown microsuede chairs and a huge, high-end kitchen with a dining area and family room.

Medium-brown wood cabinetry and beige tiles are in most bathrooms, including the master. However, the backyard is another carnival.

An enormous yellow Transformer commands a fire pit with a circular built-in bench with red, white, and blue cushions. A similar statue was in Gibson’s Atlanta mansion’s front yard and foyer.

An Asian-inspired poolside pavilion contains an outdoor kitchen, a half-bath, a built-in grilling station and bar with cherry-red worktops, and a full Benihana-style Teppanyaki setup behind shoji screens