Fresh off a comprehensive redesign, the former Hollywood Hills home of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ frontman Anthony Kiedis has come on the market for $3.299 million.
The contemporary home is “Californication” materialized, offering views of the Hollywood sign and Griffith Park from balconies, terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Originally built in 1989, the same year the album “Mother’s Milk” was released, the black-hued exterior features three prominent roof peaks that resemble a mountain ridge.
Aux Architecture co-founder Brian Wickersham handled the recent renovation, updating the two-story home with a modern interior, Fleetwood doors, Poliform cabinets and surfaces of stone and wood. Common areas, such as the dining area, living room and lounge, sit next to motorized walls of glass for indoor-outdoor living.
The three-bedroom, four-bathroom floor plan also includes a master suite with vaulted ceilings and a master bathroom with a free-standing tub.
Outside, a swimming pool and spa anchor the backyard. A grill, a fire pit and lawn fill out the grounds.
John Galich of Rodeo Realty is the listing agent.
Kiedis bought the house in 1990 and sold it seven years later for $560,000, records show. More recently the musician sold a 1940s villa in Hollywood Hills West for $4.2 million.
The singer, 55, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alongside his bandmates in 2012. The group’s albums include “Stadium Arcadium” and “Californication,” the latter of which is credited with selling more than 15 million copies worldwide.