Now's your chance to own a piece of music history: The former Los Angeles mansion of rapper Tupac Shakur recently hit the market for $2.6 million, and as the says, it's "every entertainer's dream" property.
In 1995, the impressive Mediterranean-style residence in the Woodland Hills area of LA was and his fiancée Kidada Jones by his label, Death Row Records. The couple was actually in the process of before Shakur was tragically shot down in Las Vegas in 1996.
The ornate six-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom manse, currently listed by Mark Hermann and Eric Delgado of , would be the rapper's final home. Even though the current owner spent $1 million upgrading the property, a relic from Shakur remains today, 20 years later.
The New York Daily News reports that a on the side of the mansion is hand-etched with "Outlawz" and “Let no man separate what we create,” both taken from a 1997 single that appeared on the "Supercop" soundtrack.
Just a few of the 5,895-square-foot home's many amenities fit for a music superstar: breathtaking valley views, two dog runs along the side of the house, Venetian plaster walls in the dining and living room, not to mention a two-car garage that fits up to 15 cars.
If that wasn't enough, the gorgeous master suite comes complete with its own fireplace, private living room, three walk-in closets and an elegant master bath boasting both a large shower with two steamers and a deep Jacuzzi tub.
Keep scrolling for a full tour of the home that once belonged to music's most famous rapper.