AWOLNation’s Aaron Bruno lands a 10-acre retreat in Malibu
Musician Aaron Bruno of the electronic rock band AWOLNation has bought a retreat in Malibu for $1.65 million.
Set at the end of a long, gated driveway, the rustic home was built in 1980 and sits on three connecting parcels totaling about 10 acres.
Within the 2,400 square feet of cedar-lined space is a living room with beamed ceilings, an eat-in kitchen, an office/den, an art studio and a workshop. Walls of windows and sliding-glass doors center on sweeping city and canyon views.
The master suite has a private balcony for a total of three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Outdoors, a wide patio with a fire pit opens to a lap swimming pool. Elsewhere on the property is a separate studio and guest house.
Rolling lawns and a blanket of mature trees and landscaping complete the park-like setting.
The house came on the market last year for $2.25 million and was more recently priced at $1.795 million, records show.
Shaun Alan-Lee and Nick Segal of Partners Trust Beverly Hills were the listing agents. Jim Capaldi of Keller Williams Realty represented Bruno, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
The electronic and alternative rock vocalist/guitarist, 37, formed AWOLNation in 2009. The band has released two studio albums, “Megalithic” (2011) and “Run” (2015).
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