He bought it less than a year ago, but Adin Ross is already ready to depart his Los Angeles hideout. The famous and permanently banned Twitch gamer is asking just a hair under $5.5 million for the slick mansion, which lies in a verdant canyon just north of Hollywood Boulevard and the Sunset Strip.
Standing imposingly behind gates, the 5,500-square-foot house was built in 2019 by AXE Construction and offers four ensuite bedrooms, a two-story foyer and a kitchen with top-of-the-line Miele appliances. Ross acquired the place just last May, paying exactly $5 million.
If this property looks vaguely familiar, it’s perhaps because the house received widespread publicity while being leased by Tik Tok superstar Charli D’Amelio and her family during 2020 quarantines. The half-acre estate was also later rented by NBA star Kelly Oubre, Jr.
The striking house is hewn mainly from glass and steel, and it displays wide-plank hardwood floors, designer lighting and automated Fleetwood glass sliding doors throughout. Other highlights include an indoor succulent garden in the entryway, a wine display area, a walk-in pantry and multiple linear fireplaces scattered around the home. There’s also an attached three-car garage, plus a sizable motorcourt with parking for six additional cars.
One guest bedroom is located on the main floor and is currently configured as an office. Upstairs are the three remaining bedrooms, with the headliner being a sumptuous master retreat featuring walls of glass, two private balconies, a marble bathroom and separate dressing room.
Out back, a saltwater pool and spa take center stage, and are hugged by a patio with a fire-pit and outdoor kitchen. The house backs up to a lush hillside, ensuring privacy and tranquility. And naturally, the entire place is wired with state-of-the-art sound and security systems. David and Anna Solomon of Solomon Property Group at Douglas Elliman hold the listing.
Ross, 22, first came to major internet fame circa early 2020, reportedly after forging a friendship with LeBron James’ son and fellow gamer Bronny James. The Florida native eventually amassed more than 7 million Twitch subscribers before being booted from the platform last month. He also sports 3.5 million YouTube subscribers, and has earned millions via lucrative sponsorship deals.