Swipe right to this dating app CEO's $1.75M Westwood pad

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Swipe Right with Tinder CEO Sean Rad

This condo doesn't need a smooth pick-up line to make itself appealing.

But what more would we expect from Tinder co-founder and CEO, Sean Rad?

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This sleek, 2,300 square foot apartment features views of the ever-famous Hollywood Hills and Bel Air.

There's a custom built-in entertainment center in the main living area, presumably for when you want to appease the silence that might occur when you invite over your Tinder date. There are also two large, separate terraces, which can come in handy when you want to invite over two Tinder dates at the same time.

The two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom pad is definitely pretty rad, much like its owner's name suggests. The chef's kitchen boasts marble countertops, and one of the bathrooms comes matching with a marble bathtub.

The condominium complex, called the Mirabella, also includes a pool, gym and 24 hour valet and concierge services that are available to all residents.

The place is yours for $1.75M. And don't worry about swiping the home away from Mr. Rad.

It's been reported that he recently purchased a $7.5M penthouse this past summer just a couple of blocks away from the apartment. Rad reportedly bought the house a couple of weeks after being reseated as CEO following involvement in a sexual harassment lawsuit brought against Tinder by Whitney Wolfe, one of his fellow co-founders.

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