TRENT REZNOR Lists Home For $4.495 Million

TRENT REZNOR Lists Home For $4.495 Million

According to the the Los Angeles Times, NINE INCH NAILS mainman Trent Reznor has put his home in Beverly Crest, a neighborhood in the hills of the Westside of the city of Los Angeles, California, on the market. The musician is asking $4.495 million for the house, which he purchased in 2007 for $4,187,500.

Reznor's Midcentury Modern-style house was built in 1966 and includes a sound-proofed media studio, retracting French doors that open the kitchen to a dining patio area, a balcony with a fireplace, an illuminated stone wall, an infinity edge pool, a lawn and an outdoor fireplace. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom two-story estate covers more than a half acre.

Reznor and longtime collaborator Atticus Ross last year landed their third straight Golden Globe Award nomination for "Best Score" for their work on "Gone Girl", the thriller starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike. Reznor and Ross have won the Golden Globe twice for "Best Score", for 2010's "The Social Network" and 2011's "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo". Both those films, like "Gone Girl", were directed by David Fincher.

Reznor and Ross also won the Oscar for "Best Original Score" for "The Social Network".

Trent and his wife, singer Mariqueen Maandig, welcomed their first son, Lazarus Echo, on October 10, 2010. Their second son, Balthazar, was born 14 months later.


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