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Jack Irons strikes again with a price cut on Malibu farmhouse
Jack Irons strikes again with a price cut on Malibu farmhouse

Although it may look like Grandma’s farmhouse, deep inside this Malibu home is a hippie-vibe recording studio belonging to drummer Jack Irons, a founding member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Priced last year at $1.975 million, the house is now relisted at $1.899 million -- a nearly 4% discount. That'll buy a few concert tickets. Built in 1994, the two-story house sits on five acres and has a wrap-around porch to take in the ocean and mountain views. A formal entry, dining and living rooms, a den, an office/art studio, three bedrooms and three bathrooms lie within the 3,026 square feet of living space. The master suite features a fireplace and an ocean-view deck. The...

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