Blink-182 Drummer Travis Barker Puts L.A. Home on the Market for $4.75 Million
If you ever wanted to live in a house owned by Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and have a few extra million bucks laying around, it's your lucky day. The rocker has listed his four bedroom house in the Cheviot Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles for $4.75 million.
Listing agent Steve Frankel tells Realtor.com, "This is a custom-built house with great architectural integrity and high-end design. It’s stylish, chic, cool, hip, and sophisticated, designed with exquisite taste and the highest standards. It’s a remarkable home.”
As for the details of Barker's home, here's the description from the listing: "Stunning, innovative architectural showpiece features ultra high-end finishes and ingenious touches throughout. A soaring, loft-like living room with 13-foot ceilings, and 10-foot panes of glass brings natural light, and all the beauty of the elegantly landscaped grounds in. A retractable Fleetwood wall of glass, and a kitchen island that extends to the outdoor patio seamlessly creating that wonderful indoor/outdoor experience."
It continues, "The second story cantilevers over the patio, providing a sheltered outdoor living space compete with television and fireplace. Entry foyer, additional media room, home office with custom cabinetry and separate entrance, and a laundry/mud room complete the downstairs. Upstairs, the stylish master suite includes 3 walk-in closets, gorgeous ceramic and walnut master bath, and an elegant built in vanity. Designed with exquisite taste and the highest standards, this unique family home offers the sophistication, ease, and comfort of true California living."
It's over 4200 square feet, sits on a 9000 plus square foot lot and was built in 2014. A swimming pool is among its many amenities. With so much to do at the house, the buyer won't be "Bored to Death."
In addition to playing in Blink-182, Barker also curates the annual MUSINK Festival in Costa Mesa, Calif. This year's event runs March 17-19 with a lineup including NOFX, The Vandals, Lagwagon and A Wilhelm scream on Friday, The Used, Glassjaw, Goldfinger, Story of the Year and Hell or Highwater on Saturday and Pennywise, Bad Religion and the Swingin' Utters on Sunday. Visit the website for details on the 10th Annual MusInk Festival.