After more than two years on the marketplace, Selena Gomezs Studio City bungalow has actually officially discovered a brand-new owner. The sweet single-story house just recently offered for $2.368 million, according to Variety, just a little more than the $2.25 million the singer paid for it back in May 2017. Set behind 20-foot-high hedges and equipped with a state-of-the-art security system, the ultraprivate three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home covers 3,188 square feet and is sophisticated and classic in every sense of the word. The whitewashed brick exterior with jade trim opens to a calm, neutral-toned interior with wide-plank oak floors and various skylights throughout. The official living space includes a standard fireplace, while the remainder of the common home– a skylight-topped premium kitchen, a relaxing dining area, and a living room with a marble-topped bar– share numerous sets of French doors that open out onto the yard. The floor covering in this part of the house is uniquely made of aged herringbone brick. A windowless office surrounding to the living room boasts a white brick fireplace and plentiful natural light thanks to a well-placed skylight.Discover AD PROThe ultimate resource for style industry specialists, brought to you by the editors of Architectural DigestArrowThere are two guest bedrooms, including one with an entire wall covered in mirrored panels, and a main suite with two roomy walk-in closets and a glamorous bathroom equipped in white marble and white train tiles. Out back, the home features a covered brick dining balcony, a built-in barbecue location, and a stone-lined pool and health spa surrounded by fruit trees and veggie beds. The removed two-car garage has actually because been converted into a Hampton-style guesthouse with its own living room and workout room/yoga studio.Earlier this year, Gomez upgraded her Los Angeles realty portfolio with the acquisition of Tom Pettys previous Encino home. She supposedly paid $4.9 million for the six-bedroom, 10-bathroom mansion, which was constructed for Petty in 1989.