Katy Perry Selling Mansion She Bought With Russell Brand for $6.925 Million: Picture

Katy Perry and Russell Brand
Katy Perry is selling the Hollywood Hills home she bought with ex-husband Russell Brand.  MLS; Zillow; Michael Buckner/WireImage.com

Katy Perry is finally getting rid of the last vestiges of her marriage to Russell Brand. Nine months after the pair finalized their July 2012 divorce, the singer is selling the Hollywood Hills mansion they bought together shortly before news of their split went public. According to real estate site Zillow, Perry had been trying to sell the 1920s-era home quietly but is now listing it publicly for $6.925 million.

Records indicate that the former lovebirds — who wed in October 2010 — purchased the property for $6.5 million in June 2011. They reportedly planned to redo it and then move in, but those plans were scrapped when Brand filed for divorce six months later.

Built in the early 1920s, the two-story home sits on three acres of land near celebrity hotspot Chateau Marmont. In addition to the main house, Zillow reports, the gated estate features a carriage house, a garden, and a gorgeous pool, complete with a waterfall.

The inside of the mansion is equally impressive. Visitors enter through a stately stone foyer with stained-glass windows, a sweeping staircase, and arched doorways, which lead off into other areas of the 8,835-square-foot home. Included among the seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms is a huge, four-room master suite, two guest suites, and staff quarters.

There's also a large living room with a small balcony that looks out onto the Hollywood Hills, as well as a big, open kitchen with an island that seats four and a cushioned breakfast nook off to the side. A low-ceilinged dining room offers additional seating, as does a small, arched eat-in area.

Perry, 28, is set to release a new album this summer. She recently split from singer/songwriter John Mayer.

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