Brit Smasher Harry’s Abodes


Harry Styles won all four Brit Awards he was nominated for, including best album, artist and pop/R&B act. The show opened with his huge hit As It Was, which won song of the year.

"I'm aware of my privilege up here tonight," he said, naming women who missed out on artist of the year, including Mabel, Florence Welch, Charli XCX, Rina Sawayama and Becky Hill.

Harry Edward Styles was born on 1 February 1994 in the town of Redditch, in Worcestershire, UK. The family moved to Holmes Chapel in Cheshire, and when he was seven years old, his parents, Anne and Desmond divorced. As a child, Styles recorded covers on a karaoke machine that he'd received as a gift, with the first song being Elvis Presley's 'The Girl of My Best Friend'. The King of Rock and Roll would go on to have a huge influence on Styles' glittering music career.

Harry’s Childhood Abode

Harry and his family reportedly lived in this humble two-bedroom home in the small village of Holmes Chapel, which was available to rent for $986 (£850) per month in 2013. It boasts a ground-floor extension with an open-plan eat-in kitchen and living room, with bi-folding doors that lead out into the small garden.

When the home went on the rental market in 2013, fans were eager to see inside the star's childhood home and get a sneak peek of the place where he spent his formative years. Aside from the master bedroom, this second bedroom is decorated with boyish fixtures and features a single bed, toys and a hamster cage.


In 2010, Harry's music career finally hit the big time when he auditioned for the UK's The X Factor. Entering as a solo artist for the seventh series of the talent competition, he was chosen along with four other teens—Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Liam Payne—to form a new group, One Direction. Finishing third in the series, they were immediately signed by Simon Cowell's Syco Music and in 2011 released their debut album, Up All Night.

Harry’s First London Abode

In October 2012, almost a year after One Direction released their first album, Harry set foot onto the property ladder for the first time and snapped up a home in north London for a reported $3.5 million (£3m). Spread over 2,300 square feet with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, the property didn't come without some drama. In 2019, Pablo Tarazaga-Orero was convicted of stalking the star after he posted notes through his letterbox and camped outside the star's house.

Harry’s First Beverly Hills Abode

In March 2014, not long before the band released their concert film, One Direction: Where We Are, Harry decided to set foot stateside and bought this mid-century marvel for a reported $4 million (£3.5m). Located in a luxury community in the celebrity hotspot of the Beverly Hills Post Office area, Styles sold up in 2016 to a husband-and-wife team of pro renovators for $3.2 million (£2.8m). After their full remodel, they flipped the house for $11 million (£9.5m) to a Warner Music executive, who has just sold it to Harry's friend, Grammy award-winning singer Lizzo for $15 million (£13m).

Originally designed by architect Alejandro Ortiz, the home was built in 1967 and was designed to capture the relaxed lifestyle of Southern California. Today, the new revamp boasts wooden beamed ceilings and modern materials throughout the vast open-plan spaces. The light-filled living room includes floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open out onto a balcony.

Arranged around a central courtyard that features a swimming pool and manicured lawns, the modern home, which was renovated in 2019, now boasts a sleek kitchen space with sliding doors that lead out to a cosy covered patio space.

One of five bathrooms, this space features his-and-hers sinks, a walk-in shower and a bathtub that has unobstructed canyon and hillside views. With the use of raw, natural materials throughout the 5,300-square-foot home, we can see why it last sold for $15 million (£13m).

After five albums, One Direction decided to take a break in 2015, allowing Styles to pursue his own projects. Two years after separating from the band, Harry released his first solo single 'Sign of the Times', which went straight to number one in the charts. Just weeks later he released his first solo album, Harry Styles. 2017 continued to be a big year for the star as he made his acting debut in Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk, which was only met with praise from critics. The star then went on to break records with his second album, Fine Line, which was released in December 2019 and included the hit single 'Watermelon Sugar'.

Harry’s LA Abode

In January 2016, six months before he sold his first Californian home at a loss, Harry put down just less than $6.9 million (£6m) on this modern pad, which sits a stone's throw away from the Sunset Strip. Located at the top of a winding driveway, the house is hidden from the road and would've been the perfect secluded retreat for the private star.

Residing across three storeys, the main living space sits on the second floor and boasts fresh white walls and glossy floors for that quintessentially streamlined Californian aesthetic. With huge floor-to-ceiling doors, the property is perfect for outdoor living with a sizeable balcony that offers sweeping views out over the LA skyline.

Spread over 4,400 square feet, the luxury home has four bedrooms and six bathrooms. The master suite is tucked out of the way on the third floor and features oak floors and a disappearing wall of glass that leads out onto the spacious deck with more breath-taking views and, according to reports, a putting green.

Outside, a sparkling swimming pool sits alongside a vast patio and towering hedges that ensure privacy. Harry decided to part ways with the home in May 2017 and listed it for just under $8.5 million (£7.3m), however, he didn't end up selling until July 2019 for $6 million (£5.2m), making another loss after a number of price drops. The property hit the market again in October 2022, represented by Selling Sunset star Emma Hernan at The Oppenheim Group for almost $8 million (£6.9m).

Harry’s New York Penthouse Abode

By the beginning of 2017, as he was forging his solo career, Harry had set his eyes on the Big Apple and was scouting for property in the city. He ended up buying a penthouse in this prestigious apartment block for $8.7 million (£7.5m). Located in the Tribeca neighbourhood, the building is home to a whole host of celebrities including Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds and Justin Timberlake.

The 19th-century red brick building was formerly a factory but is now a series of luxury apartments made for the rich and famous. Harry's apartment is reported to be spread over 3,000 square feet of space with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. The listing shows unfurnished rooms, so we can only wonder how the singer has decorated his new pad.

Featuring a private entrance lift, the open-plan living space is the first thing the star will see. Flooded with light from floor-to-ceiling windows, the space has 11-foot-high ceilings and rustic wooden beams, while the kitchen is decked out with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances.

Additionally, Harry has access to a 71-foot swimming pool, a fitness centre and a Turkish bath in the complex, as well as a 5,000-square-foot roof terrace and a central courtyard. After investing in New York, Harry headed back to his home country and purchased a second house in north London in 2019, across the road from his first property, for $8.9 million (£8m). A year later, he bought a third home in the capital for $4.49 million (£4m), right next to the second home he snapped up, though as of yet, we've had no glimpses of the properties. We can't wait to see what he does with his growing London property portfolio.

Source: www.loveproperty.com/gallerylist/114798/inside-harry-styles-houses-from-a-humble-english-village-to-la-megaman

Picture credits:

Harry’s Childhood Abode - Rightmove

Harry’s First London Abode – The Move Market

Harry’s First Beverly Hills Abode – Estately

Harrys LA Abode - The Oppenheim Group

Harry’s New York Penthouse Abode – Trulia

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