ROB ZOMBIE Buys Hollywood Hills Home For $2.49 million

ROB ZOMBIE Buys Hollywood Hills Home For $2.49 million

According to Curbed, musician and director Rob Zombie has spent $2.49 million for a mid-century home in Hollywood Hills, California. Zombie purchased the residence in April.

The official property description: "The Thorgusen Residence, 1953. Designed by Robert Thorgusen and landscaped by Garrett Eckbo 'The Forrest'. This mid-century work of art has been meticulously restored with some reinterpretation. Sitting on a secluded lot, the home's walls of glass and unique folded-plate, roof-line are hidden from street view. The private master suite with fireplace and the office/gym open to the garden. Dining room overlooks the pool. Living room has approximately 14-foot ceilings. Large family room opens to an indoor/outdoor koi pond. Additional features include: guest suite, Miele and Gagganau appliances, Crestron sound system and Fleetwood windows and doors. This extraordinary turnkey home is part of L.A.'s rich architectural history."

Check out pictures of the property at Curbed.

Zombie previously owned a Tudor-style mansion in Hancock Park. He sold it in 2014 for $3.65 million.

The rocker in June 2014 listed his 22.8-acre Woodbury, Connecticut estate for sale at $2.28 million.


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