Rob Zombie has sold his Los Angeles home, according to Realtor.com. The Tudor-style mansion, located in the Hancock Park district, went for $3.65 million after being listed for $3.95 million. The house, built in 1924, features wood paneling in the living room, pub room and entryway, along with stone fireplaces and a remodeled kitchen. There are six bedrooms, five bathrooms and 6,249 square feet of interior space. The half-acre lot also contains a guest house, pool house, swimming pool and spa.
- The home previously sold in 1999 for $1.8 million.
- It is not clear whether Zombie is moving to a new home in Los Angeles or leaving the area entirely.
- The rocker-turned-filmmaker, who was born in Massachusetts, also has a home in Woodbury, Connecticut.
- Zombie's last film as a director was 2013's The Lords Of Salem. He and his band will head to Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and Europe this year as he continues to support his latest album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor.
CHECK IT OUT: See photos of Zombie's former Los Angeles home at http://bit.ly/1enFVdZ
DID YOU KNOW? Rob Zombie's wife, Sheri Moon Zombie, asked the town of Woodbury, Connecticut in August 2013 to move a skateboard park that was close to their house due to the noise emanating from the structure. The Zombies have lived at their Sycamore Avenue home since 2009, four years prior to the opening of the skate park in March of 2013. Rob himself addressed the issue on Facebook, saying that the press had blown the matter out of proportion.
INTERNET COMMENTS at Blabbermouth -- agree or not?
Jason Kenski wrote: "I would have kept this house and sold the one in Connecticut myself."
Robert Beaudette wrote: "Next thing you know, he'll be serving on the local PTA."
Matt Rana wrote: "Damn, that's nice. I know 3.65 million is a lot of money but I'm surprised it could get something so nice in that area."
Dee Gradee wrote: "half an acre? i'd find a much larger property for more privacy if i had his money."
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