Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley looks to beat it out of Sherman Oaks


Guitarist and vocalist Deryck Whibley of Sum 41 fame has put his home in Sherman Oaks back on the market for $2.249 million, or for lease at $9,500 a month.

The Spanish-style house, built in 2008, features vaulted ceilings, wrought-iron work, French doors and wood floors.

A two-story foyer with a sweeping staircase, living and dining rooms, a loft/office, five bedrooms and six bathrooms are within 5,312 square feet of living space. The breakfast nook sits off the kitchen and draws the eye with black fabric wallpaper and wainscoting.


Upstairs, the master suite has a pair of walk-in closets and a two-way fireplace. A private balcony sits off the master bedroom and overlooks the grounds.

Outdoors, a large patio area sits beneath a trellis. Tall hedges surround a swimming pool and spa.

The property had been listed for as much as $2.799 million last year. It last changed hands in 2009 for $1.7 million, public records show.

Nicki LaPorta and Karen Crystal of Ewing Sotheby’s International Real Estate are the listing agents.

Whibley, 36, is a founding member of Sum 41. The Canadian rock band is known for the songs “In Too Deep” and “We’re All To Blame.” Their sixth studio album, “13 Voice,” was released last year.


Twitter: @NJLeitereg


Drake’s Yolo Estate in Hidden Hills briefly lists for sale at $20 million

Oscar-winning set designer Victor Zolfo sells in Sherman Oaks

My Favorite Room: Curtis Stone’s dining room is where family memories are made


Late actress Patricia Barry’s longtime home in Brentwood lists for $10.5 million