Bel-Air Midcentury built for Doors guitarist Robby Krieger asks $13.9 million

Bel-Air Midcentury built for Doors guitarist Robby Krieger asks $13.9 million

There’s fame within the floorboards of this Bel-Air dwelling. Constructed half a century in the past for Doorways guitarist Robby Krieger and extra lately owned by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, the Midcentury gem has surfaced on the market at $13.9 million.

Perched on 1.4 acres overlooking Los Angeles, the low-slung residence recollects the work of Midcentury architects resembling Frank Lloyd Wright and John Lautner. It’s been restored lately however nonetheless hangs on to its stylish Nineteen Seventies aesthetic with sharp angles, lengthy hallways and quirky areas lined with wooden, stone and glass.

5 pillars mark the entry, main right into a 6,600-square-foot flooring plan with terrazzo flooring and dramatic beamed ceilings. Indoor-outdoor residing is the emphasis right here, because the single-story dwelling wraps round an inside courtyard with a swimming pool and spa.

Different highlights embody an oversize hearth in the lounge and fashionable wooden kitchen. The first suite, certainly one of 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bogs, provides two customized closets and two showers — one inside and one exterior.

Patios and lawns lined with landscaping lengthen the residing area exterior. On the fringe of the property, a curved lounge wraps round a hearth pit.

Patty Finest and Chad Lund of Douglas Elliman maintain the itemizing.

A local of L.A., Krieger joined the Doorways in 1965 and co-wrote hits resembling “Mild My Hearth” and “Contact Me.” He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame as a member of the band in 1993.

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