MÖTLEY CRÜE's NIKKI SIXX Sells Calabasas Home For $2.4 Million

MÖTLEY CRÜE's NIKKI SIXX Sells Calabasas Home For $2.4 Million

According to the Los Angeles Times, MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx sold his place in a gated Calabasas, California community for $2.409 million.

Set on a third-acre corner lot and designed for entertaining, the four-bedroom, five-bathroom home Mediterranean-inspired house features wood floors, an office with built-ins, a loft and a music room/home theater. There is also a waterfall in the garden courtyard, plus a swimming pool, spa and barbecue center with fireplace and pizza oven.

The 55-year-old rocker bought the property for $1.89 million in 2011, public records show.

Sixx and his new 28-year-old wife and How2Girl founder, Courtney Bingham, recently spent $4.125 million on a Westlake Village house, which has 10,300 square feet of living space.

MÖTLEY CRÜE may be on its "Final Tour" with Alice Cooper at the moment, but it looks like life after the road may include changing some diapers if Sixx's wife has anything to do with it. After the couple wed back in March, she's ready to start a family. Bingham told Radar Online, "Something great is coming to an end but new things are around the corner . . . When the tour is over, we intend to have a little rocker of our own! I am so excited to have my first baby with the love of my life.”

The newlywed also shared what being married to Nikki has been like so far. She said, "Married life is everything I dreamed it would be. I still wake up and pinch myself every day when I see my husband. He then surprises me with lovely flowers and shows me the appreciation that anyone would want from a true gentleman. I am literally living my dream."

Sixx already has four other children. He had three kids with Brandi Brandt: 23-year-old Gunner Nicholas Sixx, 20-year-old Storm Breanne Sixx and 19-year-old Decker Nilsson Sixx. Sixx also has a 13-year-old daughter with Donna D'Errico named Frankie-Jean Mary Sixx.

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