Architect Richard Dorman designed the four-bedroom compound, which the musician has owned for the last two years. It sits on a tree-filled site with greenery peeking into every single room of the property, including the bedrooms – all of which open directly onto the outdoors.
There’s plenty of classic midcentury modern features inside the musician’s home, not least the tongue and groove ceilings and brick fireplace. The bathrooms have been recently overhauled, and include wooden cabinetry and walk-in showers. Halsey has kept the rest of the interiors equally minimal, connecting open plan spaces with glossy terrazzo floors, white walls, and acres of window space.
The modernist property – which is listed with The Agency – includes a separate recording studio and outdoor pool, as well as a home office.