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If you had your heart set on a $7.14 million compound in the Hollywood Hills, Pharrell Williams has bad news for you: he just bought your dream home.

The multi-Grammy-winning singer/songwriter/producer will now happily hang his giant hat in a sleek and modern ridgeline home with stunning views of Laurel Canyon and downtown L.A. According to Variety, the singer's new sleek and modern 1.55 acre property includes a sprawling, almost entirely glass-walled main house and a two-story guest house. Williams will also be enjoying a lengthy infinity pool and an outdoor screening room that sits atop a roomy garage—excuse us, "motor court."

Appropriately known as the Skyline Residence, the view-abundant home was designed and originally lived in by acclaimed L.A.-based architect Hagy Belzberg. The Belzberg Architects Group is perhaps most well known for designing the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, as well other ultra-modern homes. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows that seem to enclose much of the home offer plenty of inspiring views, though judging by Pharrell's avid appreciation for contemporary art, the views inside probably won't be too bad either (depending on your taste in art, though).

Pharrell's new digs may be a touch more lavish than the bohemian pads of musicians who resided around Laurel Canyon in the 1960s, but at least he got a deal on the original asking price of $8.995 million, when it was first listed back in January. He's got to be, uh, happy about that.