TikTok superstar Bryce Hall has long cultivated a reputation as Gen-Z’s favorite online bad boy, with tens of millions of social media followers and outrageous antics that include public fighting, an arrest for drug possession and even urinating on fans, but the Maryland native, 22, now seems to have matured a bit. Or at least he’s smart enough to realize the value of investing in real estate, because Hall has taken some of his influencer earnings and bought a house — something most 22-year-olds can’t dream about doing.
Though Hall lives primarily in Los Angeles, the city has gotten frighteningly expensive, and these days anything south of $1 million won’t get you much more than a cozy condo or major fixer, even on the outskirts of town. So rather than settle for something small and inconvenient, the only child — who was raised by a single mom in the Baltimore suburbs — has paid $915,000 for a nearly-new home just outside Las Vegas. Naturally, the savvy social superstar has already shown off his new digs in a frenetic YouTube video.
Out in the Henderson suburb, $915,000 still goes a long way; that figure will buy you a spacious house in a gated community. Built new in 2018 and equipped with four bedrooms, luxe stainless appliances, an open floorplan and even a “private casita,” per the listing, the property is smartly outfitted and guaranteed to impress Hall’s friends and family.
Standing tall in the shadows of Henderson’s Black Mountain, the contemporary home also features attached garages for two cars, a courtyard entryway, a water softener and tankless water heater. Best of all, a rooftop deck offers panoramic views of city lights and the Vegas Strip, which lies an easy 20-minute drive away from the house. Tom Heuser at The Standard held the listing; Anthony F. Daly of Platinum R.E. Professionals repped the buyer.