The Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist purchased the Los Angeles property in 2014 for $2.47 million, according to property records. The couple is now offering the 3,500 square-foot gated estate on a quarter-acre for $3 million.
As Variety described it, the home is “modest by rock star standards,” but it still rocks, starting with the purple door.
Built in 1939, the five-bedroom home sits on a large corner lot and offers privacy from the road. The formal entry features magnesite floors and a double foyer. Large bay windows allow for a light-filled living room and formal dining room. The cook’s kitchen adjoins a breakfast nook with French doors that open to a covered patio with a built-in grill. A casual family room includes wood paneling and a fireplace.
There’s a single guest suite downstairs. The master suite is on the second floor and includes a walk-in closet, spacious bath, office, and terrace. Two more bedroom suites can be found on the upper floor.
In 2016, the Red Hot Chili Peppers put out its 11th album, “The Getaway,” and concluded a world tour in 2017. The Grammy-award winning musician has also appeared in multiple movies, including, most recently, “Baby Driver.” His memoir, “Acid for the Children,” will be released this fall.
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