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Buy This $1.8M Condo Owned by Tinder CEO Sean Rad

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An open layout with nice views of the hills

An open layout with nice views of the hills (Photo: The Agency)

Towering above Wilshire Boulevard in Westwood, strategically located just a stone's throw from UCLA's off-campus bars, The Mirabella houses a 2,300-square-foot condo owned by Tinder co-founder Sean Rad.

A warm, welcoming entry way

A warm, welcoming entry way (Photo: The Agency)

Having snatched it up nearly four years ago for $1.3, Rad's made some renovations (to rationalize the half million dollar bump in price). Shortly after being reinstated as the infamous hookup app's CEO, he himself moved into a $7.5 million penthouse just up the street.

Bathroom #1 with lots of counter space

Bathroom #1 with lots of counter space (Photo: The Agency)

Location-wise, it's halfway between Hollywood and Santa Monica, adjacent to both Holmby Hills (home to an even bigger and more famous bachelor pad) and Beverly Hills. And it isn't far from the junction of the 10 and 405 highways, in case you love sitting in L.A. freeway traffic.

A modest kitchen with vaulted ceiling

A modest kitchen with vaulted ceiling (Photo: The Agency)

Dual terraces allow you to chill outside pretty much year round. Adding to the glorious Southern California sunshine, you'll have views of the hills from Bel Air all the way to Hollywood.

Relaxing bathroom #2

Relaxing bathroom #2 (Photo: The Agency)

With its master suite positioned on the opposite end of the unit from the guest bedroom, it's perfect for privacy amidst the inevitable multiple hookups brought on by the condo's formidable reputation.

The master bedroom with animal skin and obligatory L.A. fireplace

The master bedroom with animal skin and obligatory L.A. fireplace (Photo: The Agency)

Will this condo up your secret Tinder rating? Maybe not. But still, it's a (albeit pretentious) conversation starter. And it does kinda have a nice homey feel.