Around the time of his split from wife Perla Hudson, Slash put his Mulholland Estates home on the market, where it remained until rapper Big Sean purchased the luxurious rock star home earlier this year. But the Guns N' Roses guitarist still has some comfy SoCal digs to come home to after touring is complete. According to Yolanda's Little Black Book, the frequently top-hatted axeman has relocated to Encino in the San Fernando Valley outskirts of Los Angeles.

According to the report, Slash paid $6.25 million for the mansion and compound, which has a total of 9,400 square feet of living space. The gated estate has high ceilings with a fireplace in the living room, a kitchen with plenty of room and storage, including a SubZero refrigeration unit that has a center wine cooler. The kitchen also has a Wolf range and two center islands.

Like his previous estate, Slash has plenty of space for entertainment, with a home theater and screening room, a game room with an air hockey table, a library, an outdoor basketball court, a BBQ area and a pool.

In total, the house has six bedrooms and nine baths, a designer walk-in closet and a small guest house with a one bedroom suite.

In addition, Yolanda's Little Black Book reports that Slash, through a blind trust, also paid $3.475 million for a mansion also in Encino for his ex-wife.

See more photos of the estate above and below and check out the full gallery here.

Slash's Encino Home

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