If you’ve got an extra $2.8 million and you’d like to have a vague connection to the success of the Offspring, you might want to look into snatching up a 1923 Spanish estate in the Hollywood Hills that’s been put up for sale by Epitaph Records owner/Bad Religion member Brett Gurewitz. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath house features a renovated kitchen, a saltwater pool, and a “meditation site” with views of the Hollywood sign and, on the rare clear day, Catalina Island. If you want to join in on the “Why is he trying to sell in this market?” or the even more tedious variant “Is home ownership punk?” conversations, feel free to do so at pseudo-industry-insider message board the Velvet Rope. I’m going to focus on how empty my life is without a koi pond. [Sotheby's/LA Times]
Want To Buy The House That Punk Built?
February 25th, 2009 // 2 Comments