Weezer bassist Scott Shriner sells Silver Lake home for $250,000 over asking


After such a quick home sale, Scott Shriner might have to come back for an encore.

The Weezer bassist has sold his modern treehouse in Silver Lake for $2.4 million, or approximately $250,000 more than the asking price set in late January.

Dense landscaping shields the home from the street. A garden leads residents to the front door, which opens to a bright open floor plan with wide wood-plank floors and a freestanding fireplace.


Views of the city are served up from picture windows that line the space. A private balcony hanging off the upstairs master suite takes advantage of the scenic spot as well.

The home, built in 1940, holds three bedrooms and three bathrooms across two stories. Downstairs, sliding glass doors in the second master suite open to a patio.

Shriner paid $1.725 million for the home in 2014, records show. Prior to that, it traded hands in 2013 for $760,000.

Linda Chamberlain of Nourmand and Associates was the listing agent. Sara Lov of Maisonre Real Estate represented the buyer.

Shriner, 52, is the rock band’s longest serving bassist, recording seven albums with the group.


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