Chris Brown seeks $1.92 million for his home, (in)famous for its graffiti-style artwork

Good news, Hollywood Hills parents: It's safe to let your babies out again.

Not only has pop star Chris Brown removed the "monsters" that he'd painted along Rinconia Drive, he's leaving the neighborhood and has put the whole darn house on the market.

Back in May, neighbors told the Los Angeles Times that his murals -- which you can see in the June news video below -- were scaring their kids. "There are lots of babies, lots of children, and they're literally frightened. It's like devils on the wall," Hollywood Dell Civic Association President Patti Negri said.

The creatures' "bulging eyeballs and giant fangs loom over the canyon," the Times wrote.

He removed the mural after -- but not because of, his lawyer hastened to say -- much-publicized complaints. The lawyer told the Times in July that Brown took down the monsters because he was prepping the house for sale. And now here it is!

We're happy to report that you can still appreciate Brown's handiwork in listing photos of the interior. He treated a couple of walls as a giant canvas, with more of his sharp-toothed gremlins grimacing over what appears to be the living room.

Other distinctive touches in the home -- which is "tailored for the most demanding in high design and quality," according to the listing -- include "spectacular custom LED site lighting and a colored LED light show in the saltwater pool and spa," a sand pit, a "shower massage system," "stone waterfalls," fire pits (plural!), and "walls of glass and exotic stones."

The asking price for this three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,000-square-foot fantasy? $1,920,000.

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