Pop star Mariah Carey and her husband, fellow music artist and actor Nick Cannon, have pulled their Los Angeles home off the market, officials said. The couple's gated 3-acre Bel-Air property was listed as for sale on the Multiple Listing Service for just four days before it was pulled from the market, the Los Angeles Times reported. Carey and Cannon have spent a lot of money renovating the home since they bought it five years ago for $6.975 million. The house now boasts a basketball court, a gym, a home theater, a recording studio, seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The grounds feature a putting green, a swimming pool and parking for more than 20 vehicles.