Nikki Sixx, Courtney Bingham buy Westlake Village mansion
Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue fame and his wife, Courtney Bingham, have bought a mansion in Westlake Village for $4.125 million.
The 10,300-square-foot single-story home is set on a sprawling 1.2 acres of landscaped grounds. High ceilings, large main rooms, a family room wet bar and extensive loggias make the home ideal for entertaining.
A spa sits off the swimming pool and another is by the master suite. The pool cabana has bathrooms, a covered area and an outdoor shower. There are a total of six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
Sixx, 55, has been a constant on the heavy metal scene for decades. The guitarist and drummer Tommy Lee founded Motley Crue in 1981, and Sixx has been the primary songwriter. The glam metal band has released nine studio albums and started what is being billed as their “retirement” tour early this month. Among the group’s hits are “Wild Side,” “Home Sweet Home” and “Kickstart My Heart.”
He has also worked on songs with Alice Cooper and Meat Loaf, among others. The bassist and Bingham, 28, were married this year.
Mark Tyoran of Keller Williams was the listing agent. Cindee Zabner of Keller Williams represented the buyers.
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