Nikki Sixx Sells Calabasas Home For 2.4 Million

Posted: Oct 6 2014, 8:24pm CDT | by , in News

 
Nikki Sixx Sells Calabasas Home for 2.4 Million
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The L.A. Times reports the proprety was listed for sale in July at $2.399 million.

Nikki Sixx of the band Motley Crue has sold his house in the gated Calabasas neighborhood for $2.4 million.

The stone-clad Mediterranean-inspired house, set on one-third of an acre, centers on a courtyard with a waterfall. Some 4,500 square feet of interior space features an office, a loft, a music room, four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

A swimming pool, spa and barbecue center with fireplace and pizza oven are among outdoor amenities.

Sixx and new wife, model Courtney Bingham, put the property on the market after buying an expansive mansion in Westlake Village for $4.12 million.

Bassist-songwriter Sixx, 55, and drummer Tommy Lee founded the metal band Motley Crue in 1981. He formed another band named Brides of Destruction in 2002. The musician has also worked on songs with Alice Cooper and Meat Loaf.

He bought the property for $1.89 million in 2011, public records show.

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