Former Encino home of Smokey Robinson seeks $8.75 million after renovation
Motown great Smokey Robinson parted with this Encino home 15 years ago after more than a decade of ownership.
Since then, the handsome Southern Colonial, which the singer-songwriter sold for about $2.3 million, has changed hands once more in 2016 and is now for sale at $8.75 million following a renovation and expansion.
Tucked behind walls and gates, the 1912-built two-story sits at the end of a circle driveway and boxwood topiary that surrounds a large fountain feature. Black shutters create visual contrast against the classic wide front of the home, while a quartet of columns support a Juliet balcony above the front door.