Henry Rollins, the punk icon who rose to prominence within the Eighties because the vocalist of Black Flag, is providing up his one-of-a-kind house within the Hollywood Hills for $3.9 million.
Rollins purchased the customized compound, perched in Nichols Canyon, for $2.2 million in 2009 and shortly started working including daring accents and a number of facilities. He’s stayed busy round L.A. throughout the 12-year stretch, internet hosting a weekly radio present on KCRW-FM and writing columns for LA Weekly.
Metal gates and metal entrance doorways set a masculine tone on the entrance of the property, and the dwelling areas carry the identical vitality, with concrete partitions and metal beams throughout three tales. A 60-foot-long lounge serves because the centerpiece, opening to a balcony overlooking the encompassing canyon.
The concrete exterior.
The metal gate.
The beamed ceilings.
The eating room.
The household room.
The music room.
The bed room.
The coated patio.
Three bedrooms and 5.5 bogs are unfold throughout 4,348 sq. ft, together with a major suite with a customized claw-foot tub on a platform. Different highlights embrace a eating room wrapped in built-in cabinets, eat-in kitchen, den, health club, bar, sauna and recording sales space. There’s a rooftop patio, in addition to a trellis-topped lounge and outside eating space.
An entertainer and activist, Rollins joined Hermosa Seashore-based punk band Black Flag in 1981 and recorded eight albums with the group earlier than forming his personal venture, Rollins Band, in 1987. Within the years since, the 60-year-old has launched a handful of spoken phrase albums and hosted a weekly cable speak present, “The Henry Rollins Present,” along with appearances on different sequence reminiscent of “Jackass” and “Sons of Anarchy.”
Victoria Silver of Compass and Jane Schore of Coldwell Banker Realty maintain the itemizing.