Listed for $ 4,295,000, the European-style villa in the Bel Air neighborhood takes advantage of a prime location overlooking Los Angeles. The three-bedroom home’s large, airy living room with a 14-foot ceiling and french doors offers impressive views of the city.
The dining room features a coffered ceiling and french doors and sits adjacent to a less-formal outdoor terrace overlooking the home’s lush landscaping and pool. The stellar views aren’t limited to the terrace—the master bedroom also offers views of the gardens and pool.
According to the listing, a new commercial-grade kitchen was recently completed. For bookworms, the home also features a library.
The property offers plenty of seclusion from the paparazzi. Nestled in a lush canopy of trees, the property is gated and surrounded by a brick wall.
The back gardens are artfully landscaped and feature several levels of brick-paved decks and patios. These outdoor entertaining areas all overlook a sleek pool. The rear of the home is blanketed with ivy, and there are winding paths through the grounds.
Kiedis might be selling this home, but downsizing isn’t likely the reason, as the singer’s career shows no sign of slowing down. The band is in the studio recording its 11th album. There’s no official release date, but bassist Flea told Rolling Stone in 2014, “I would hope that in a year from now, we have a record out and we’re on a world tour.”
The 52-year-old Kiedis formed the band over 30 years ago with Fairfax High School classmates Hillel Slovak, Jack Irons, and Flea. Three of their albums, “Blood Sugar Sex Magik,” “Californication,” and “By the Way” cracked Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. In 2015, Kiedis received the George and Ira Gershwin Award for Lifetime Musical Achievement.