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Simon Cowell reportedly planning to sell his £9million mansion in Los Angeles, how he wants to live ‘the simple life’ and ‘to make new memories with family’.

The media Mogul, 60, bought the six-bed pad in 2004, before he met his long-term partner Lauren Silverman, 42, and his now six-year-old son Eric.

Although it is believed that he will leave this house, Simon holding his £19million Malibu beach house, according to The sun.

On the market: Simon Cowell, 60, reportedly is selling his £9million mansion in Los Angeles, how he wants to live ‘the simple life’ and ‘to make new memories with family’

A source told the publication: ‘La home was his dream, but it takes too many showbiz memoirs.

Now he has a son Eric and a long-term partner Lauren he wants to lead a simple life and create new memories, not revolving around rock ‘ n ‘ roll, TV, or parties.

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Simon for the comment.

Simon La House in Beverly hills and features a swimming pool and gym, as well as in the butlers quarters.

Luxury: Simon La House in Beverly hills and features a swimming pool and gym, as well as in the butlers quarters

Luxury: Simon La House in Beverly hills and features a swimming pool and gym, as well as in the butlers quarters

It is also thought to have a Spa at home with wet steam room and Solarium, on The Pinnacle List.

Although it is believed that he will try to sell the house, Simon holding his £19million Malibu on the coast.

He paid $ 19.5 million for the house in 2017, which has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms spread over 10,000 square feet.

Simon also has two houses in London cost about £25 million, and a place in new York.

It comes after Simon is said to be considering ‘laying down roots’ in Barbados, one of his favorite places.

Pride and joy: after you create a media Empire throughout his career, Simon is now a doting father to his six-year-old son Eric

Pride and joy: after you create a media Empire throughout his career, Simon is now a doting father to his six-year-old son Eric

The source said The sun on Sunday last week: ‘Simon loves Barbados and is interested in laying roots. He wanted to splash 10 million pounds on a platform, with views of the beach and lots of rooms.

He knows many local people, so now feels at home and relaxed when he’s on the island.’

It’s been a busy month for Simon, it was announced two weeks ago that he bought the share of Sony music entertainment in their joint business after 15 years, which gives him full control of their TV talent show.

New Internet music Mogul, who was dealt for an undisclosed sum, will allow contestants from such series as The X Factor and got talent franchises to have more freedom labels to sign contracts with them afterwards.

Family time: he regularly spends time in Barbados with his family, including partner Lauren Silverman. In the photo together in December 2014

Family time: he regularly spends time in Barbados with his family, including partner Lauren Silverman. In the photo together in December 2014

However, while Simon retain the rights to TV, Sony will continue to own the rights to the music assets, which have included such global actions as One Direction, Little MixSusan Boyle, Leona Lewis.

The Got talent franchise is made in 76 territories, while the X-Factor air conditioning systems in more than 130 territories around the world.

Simon, who will give all rights to syco entertainment, the company said in a statement: I want to say a heartfelt thank you to Rob [Stringer]and all the heads of Sony music, performers and partners around the world.

It was a unique partnership and Sony have always supported and support me in the creation of television formats.

Great buy, Simon, recently bought a share Sony music entertainment in their joint business after 15 years, which gives him full control of their TV talent show. The photo in 2013

Great buy, Simon, recently bought a share Sony music entertainment in their joint business after 15 years, which gives him full control of their TV talent show. The photo in 2013

‘Shows we have created have found so many amazing artists over many years and so many different labels of Sony worldwide has allowed so many artists to realize their dreams.

– We have all shared some incredible achievements, and most importantly, we had a lot of fun. I’m not saying that it was an easy decision, but sometimes you have to personally support what you are so passionate about.

– I have always believed that it’s important to take on new challenges to new ideas and creativity, so I’m very excited to be taking an independent and creatively-Led syco entertainment in the future.’

That it was just right for the businessman and TV presenter to take control of television assets, Rob stringer, head of Sony music group, said: ‘We are proud to continue to submit comments: directory and artists.’

Transaction: his purchase would give him complete control of the got talent franchise. Shown on Britain's got talent Co-judges (L-R) Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden

Transaction: his purchase would give him complete control of the got talent franchise. Shown on Britain’s got talent Co-judges (L-R) Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden

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