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Bruno Mars wraps up a year’s worth of realty deals with home sale

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    In this Jan. 30, 2014 file photo, Bruno Mars speaks during a press conference to discuss his performance during the Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show in New York.

LOS ANGELES » Grammy winner Bruno Mars has sold his Hollywood Regency-style contemporary along the border of Studio City and Hollywood Hills West for $3,347,500 in an off-market deal.

Fronting a 10-vehicle motor court, the 1964 home has an imposing facade with stone columns flanking 11-foot-tall frosted glass entry doors.

The walled and gated house features a single-story open floor plan. Retractable walls of glass bring in expansive cityscape and mountain views.

The home contains living and family rooms, three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a powder room in 4,074 square feet of living space. The master bathroom features radiant heat flooring, a sauna, a two-person steam shower and a massage and gym area, according to details from 2012, when Mars bought the property for $3.254 million.

There’s a swimming pool at the back of the house and a three-car garage.

Earlier this year, Mars bought an estate in Studio City for $6.5 million. The 9,033-square-foot Mediterranean-style house, built in 2000, sits on two acres with a covered lounge, an infinity swimming pool with a spa and a children’s play area.

He also sold his place in Hawaii.

The singer-songwriter, 30, is working on his third album. He has released two studio albums, “Doo-Wops & Hooligans” (2010) and “Unorthodox Jukebox” (2012). The latter won a Grammy Award for best pop vocal album. He was Billboard’s artist of the year in 2014.

Mars performed with the Red Hot Chili Peppers during the Super Bowl halftime show in 2014.

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