The Woodland Hills, California, estate that Atlanta-based singer and actor Tyrese Gibson has listed for just under $2.9 mιllιon, more than twice the $1.385 mιllιon he paid shortly after it was built 11 years ago, is an unremarkable, tan-colored Mediterranean-style home that virtually no one passing by would notice or look at twice.

According to online estimates, the singer of “Sweet Lady” and “How You Gonna Act Like That” has recorded six albums since the late 1990s and has sold 3.7 million records. He has starred in three “Transformers” films and five “Fast & Furious” movies, with more success in the latter. Together with Jared Leto, he will appear in the “Spider-Man” spinoff “Morbius” and two additional “Fast & Furious” movies. He’s not simply a singer anymore; he’s now a movie star.

Gibson’s not-quite-half-acre parcel, first spotted on Zillow Gone Wild and available through “Selling Sunset” star Jason Oppenheim of The Oppenheim Group, has four structures, including the main house, which has five bedroom suites, including a primary suite with two walk-in closets and a terrace, and 5.5 bathrooms.

There are a few extravagant features, such as the grandiose double-height combination vestibule and living room with its even grander curved staircase and curlicued wrought-iron railings, but the majority of the main house is a typical upscale suburban structure that can comfortably accommodate a large family.

The cavernous living room has a sleek black fireplace and a lot of white slipcovered furniture and a baby grand piano.

The home cinema has brown microsuede chairs and a large, high-end kitchen that opens to a dining area and family room.

Most bathrooms, including the master, have medium-brown wood cabinetry and beige tiles. However, the back of the house is another carnival.

A fire pit is ruled by a large yellow Transformer, and it is encircled by a built-in bench with red, white, and blue cushions. Gibson’s Atlanta mansion’s front yard and foyer also had a comparable monument.

An outdoor kitchen, a built-in grilling station and bar with cherry-red worktops, a half-bath, and a full Benihana-style Teppanyaki setup hidden behind shoji screens are all features of an Asian-inspired poolside pavilion.