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Ice Cube's Homes in the SFV and Beyond

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Los Angeles (near Inglewood) (shown above). The home measures 4 Beds/2 Baths on 1,683 sqft on a total lot size of 5,833 sqft built in 1947. The purchase price and date is unknown but this possibly might be Ice Cube's childhood home. The property records show Ice Cube's dad and Ice Cube on the property record. 

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The Lindbrook, Encino (shown above). The home measures 3 Beds/3 Baths on 1,890 sqft on an unknown total lot size built in 1973. Ice Cube purchased on February 23, 1996 for $180,000. Michael Jackson also purchased a condo here a couple of units from Ice Cube back in 1981 and is still owned by the Jackson Family

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Encino (shown above). The home measures 7 Beds/7 Baths on 7,880 sqft on a total lot size of 1.11 acres built in 1937. Ice Cube purchased on June 20, 1996 for $2,360,000. On an unrelated note, Ice Cube purchased this home from Georgia Braverman whose daugther, Brandis, was a top ranked tennis player at 17 in the mid-90s but ended up retiring in 2002 at the age of 22 partially due to injuries.
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Bixby Village, Long Beach (shown above). The home measures 3 Beds/3 Baths on 2,090 sqft on a total lot size of 2,628 sqft built in 1989. Ice Cube purchased on January 15, 2002 for $455,000. 

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Sound Moves Studio, Sun Valley (shown above). This commercial building measures 1,862 sqft on a total lot size of 5,673 sqft built in 1986. The property records are confusing but looks like Ice Cube possibly acquired on June 21, 2002 for $315,003 but there is a conflicting report that states he acquired on January 24, 2007. Its also possible that this is no longer Sound Moves Studio and might simply be Ice Cube's personal studio. Not really sure but looks like Ice Cube is still the owner.

You can read about West Coast Gangsta Rap influence in the SFV in a 2 part post titled "Straight Outta West SFV" with part A focusing on Can-Am Recorders studio in Tarzana which later became the home of Death Row Records. and Part B explores the possible role that the West SFV had on West Coast Gangsta Rap. 

You can read more SFV Celebrity R.E. and BTTF series here and here respectively. 

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