Robin Thicke, Paula Patton List Their Hollywood Hills House for $3 Million
Five months after they officially separated, the "Blurred Lines" singer and his wife of nine years have put their marital home on the Bird Streets up for sale.
Following months of begging for a reunion and even naming his latest album after her, Robin Thicke and his wife Paula Patton have put their house on the market.
The couple, who were married for nine years before announcing their separation in February, listed the three bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home in the Hollywood Hills on the exclusive Bird Streets for $2.985 million.
Perched above the Sunset Strip, the house was built in 1965 and bought by Robin's father, Alan Thicke, in the 1990s, before it was passed onto his son in 2005.
One of the bedrooms is currently being used as a recording studio by the "Blurred Lines" singer, while floor-to-ceiling windows showcase views of the impressive canyon, downtown and city below.
Outside the colorful 3,158-square-foot property there is a private pool and spa, plus a two-car garage and gated driveway winding up the secluded cul-de-sac.
Thicke, 37, and Patton, 38, were married in 2004 after first meeting in a hip-hop club when the singer was just 16 years old. They have one son, Julian Fuego, who was born in April 2010.
In the latest effort to win back the love of his life, Thicke premiered his kid-filled "Still Madly Crazy" music video — inspired by their wedding photos — on Good Morning America earlier this month.
"We were together; we were childhood sweethearts. She's still the best person I ever met. I just thought the least I could do was to devote an album to her," he said on the morning show while promoting his latest album, Paula.