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Kid Rock rolls on and out of Malibu

Musician Kid Rock has officially checked out of his Malibu digs, selling the Balinese-inspired compound for $9.5 million.

Singer-songwriter Kid Rock has officially checked out of his Malibu digs, selling the Balinese-inspired compound for $9.5 million in a deal finalized off-market.

The 1.5-acre property, obscured by privacy hedges and gates, was most recently listed for $10.995 million, The Times previously reported.

Built in 2002 and recently updated, the 8,300-square-foot house features hand-carved doors and ornate woodwork and ebony wood floors. Skylights and French doors create a light and airy vibe within the home.

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Common areas include a black-and-white mosaic foyer that opens to a formal living room, an adjacent dining room and an open-plan kitchen. A two-sided fireplace serves as a divider between the common areas.

A gym, an office and a sauna are among the amenities. A total of five bedrooms and five bathrooms includes a master suite with two walk-in closets and a glass-enclosed shower.

Outdoors, lawns and lush landscaping surround the swimming pool and lounge area. An outdoor dining pavilion complete with a built-in barbecue, mounted flat-screen TV and fireplace sits off the main house. A separate guest house overlooks the pool area.

The property was most recently listed with Michael Cunningham of Pinnacle Estate Properties.

Rock, 46, gained fame for his 1998 album “Devil Without a Cause.” The multiple-instrument musician, whose real name is Robert Ritchie, released the album “First Kiss” this year.

He bought the property in 2006 for $11.6 million, records show.

neal.leitereg@latimes.com

Twitter: @LATHotProperty

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