According to the New York daily News The secluded Los Angeles estate Tupac Shakur called home before his death is up for sale for $2.6 million — along with a relic from his residency.
A concrete slab on the side of the six-bedroom Mediterranean-style mansion is hand-etched with “Outlawz” and “Let no man separate what we create.”
The engraving echoes lyrics in Shakur’s 1997 single “Made N****z.”
“This is someone’s chance to own a piece of music history, tucked away in Woodland Hills,” Mark Hermann, with Keller Williams, told the Daily News on Friday. “There are little engravings all over the concrete.”
The house was leased for Shakur by Death Row Records and he lived there with fiancée Kidada Jones, the daughter of Quincy Jones, according to a 1997 Vanity Fair article.
The Outlawz, his teenage cousins, called it home, too — and Shakur installed banks of video games and slot machines, the magazine said
Leor (DJ Lethal) Dimant from Limp Bizkit moved into the house at some point after Shakur’s death, Hermann said.
He said Dimant carefully removed a piece of the concrete engraved with “Machiavelli” and turned it into a coffee table.
“He took that one piece, but he left the rest of the concrete,” Hermann said.
The current owner spent $1 million upgrading the property, the agent said.
The house, listed at $2.6 million, boasts valley views, multiple fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen, a master suite with a private living room, an outdoor pool and spa with a fire pit and a driveway that can accommodate 15 vehicles.
See more inside photos of the Mansion after the cut..
Source- from New York Daily News