Inside Mark Ronson’s hip LA home with huge swimming pool and library as he puts it on market for £4.4million

MARK Ronson has opened the doors to his plush £4.4 million LA mansion after putting it on the market.

The Uptown Funk hitmaker, 44, boasts a seriously funky pad complete with a huge swimming pool and even its very own library.

The DJ snapped up the property – which is located in the highly desirable Los Feliz neighbourhood – back in December 2016 but is on the lookout for something new.

The four-bedroom, five bathroom house is a sight to behold with eccentric decor that includes dragon-print wallpaper in the dining room.

Mark's library is painted in a striking emerald green – which even extends to the ceilings  – and isn't just limited to books, also housing his endless record collection.

The room is also where the award-winning songwriter keeps his impressive Grammy collection, with the gongs taking pride of place in their very own alcove.

Built in 1935, the retro pad is a nod to decades gone by with furniture largely inspired by the fifties and sixties.

It's also largely inspired by his music career with artworks influenced by his tracks gracing walls throughout the property – including a tribute to his late friend and singer Amy Winehouse.

In the corner of the living room is a plush grand piano and an old-fashioned drinks trolley.

The kitchen is the most contemporary room in the house with marble worktop, white wooden units and stainless steel appliances.

There's also a sleek island unit which is lined with silver light shades and black leather stools.

The bathrooms ooze luxury, with one featuring a self-contained wet room and another a whirlpool bath.

Outside Mark has created his very own oasis with a sprawling swimming pool and even his very own bar.

The chart-topper's decision to sell his home follows his divorce from wife Josephine de La Baume in 2018.

The couple had been married for seven years before the French actress called time on their relationship.

Earlier this year Mark admitted the devastating split sparked the inspiration behind his 'breakup' album Late Night Feelings.

He later began dating Saturday Night Live crew member Rebecca Schwartz but the pair split in May this year after seven months together.

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