Musician David Hodges, who won a pair of Grammys with the rock band Evanescence, is finally walking away from his place in Studio City. After hitting the market for $3.195 million three years ago, the contemporary home has sold for $2.75 million.
Tan tones cover the property inside and out, creating 6,494 square feet of neutral interiors with bamboo floors and walls of windows. A two-story living room with a custom fireplace anchors the main level, which also holds a chandelier-topped dining area and center-island kitchen.
The common rooms open to a balcony overlooking the landscaped backyard. Set beneath hanging lights, the outdoor space centers on a resort-style pool and spa with a waterfall. Past a flat stretch of lawn, a flagstone walkway leads to a playground.
Five of the six bedrooms are found upstairs, including a master suite with an office and a Travertine-filled bathroom. Downstairs, the den holds a professionally designed recording studio.
Colin Benward of PLG Estates held the listing. Cesar Gonzalez of Keller Williams Realty represented the buyer.