You can buy Tinder CEO Sean Rad's condo for just $1.8 million

When it comes to finding the ultimate bachelor pad, the crib owned by the CEO of Tinder seems like a safe bet. After all, this is the man who wanted to know if 2o was a low enough number in terms of sexual partners, and who claims to fall in love with a new girl “every other week.” So if you somehow want to emulate the lifestyle of the co-founder of the infamous dating app, you might start by looking into his $1.795 million condo in Los Angeles. Sure, you might not become Sean Rad, but you can sure as hell live like him.

Earlier this week, the notoriously ill-spoken executive put his nearly 2,300 square-foot property on the market. The condo has been described as “slightly stodgy but undeniably posh,” and boasts two terraces, large windows throughout, two bedrooms, and 2.5 bathrooms. It is, however, located on Wilshire Boulevard, an area not known for young and hip CEOs, but rather for well-to-do geriatrics. Not very Tinder-esque, you know?

According to reports, Rad purchased the sweeping condo in July of 2012 for $1.3 million, and has since made a few updates (hence the half million uptick in the price). The listing notes that the “sensational … condo” features “unobstructed views from Bel Air to the Hollywood Hills.” There’s also a “custom built-in entertainment center,” as well as a “chef’s kitchen with breakfast area and adjacent laundry.” And if the condo itself isn’t enough for you, rest assured that you’ll also have access to a pool, gym, and 24-hour valet and concierge services.

So where’s Rad living now? Don’t worry — this wasn’t his only property in LA. After being reinstated as Tinder’s CEO last August, he bought a $7.5 million penthouse less than a mile away from this Westwood property. You’ll practically be neighbors with the previous owner! So if you’re in the market for a new home in Los Angeles, this may just be the space for you.

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