Singer Robin Thicke and his estranged wife Paula Patton have put their Los Angeles mansion on the market.
The couple announced its separation in February, after nearly nine years of marriage, and on Monday, the sprawling Bel Air home they once shared went up for sale, according to TMZ.com.
Originally purchased by Thicke’s actor dad Alan Thicke in 1990 for $910,000, the asking price is now over $2.9 million.
The two-story home overlooks the city’s famous Sunset Boulevard, and includes a recording studio.
Thicke has made various public appeals to Patton over the past few months in a bid to win her back, and even titled his flop new album of love songs “Paula,” but it appears the actress wants no part of a reconciliation.