Jerry Cantrell of 'Alice in Chains' Sells North Hollywood Residence for $1.45 Million
Jerry Cantrell, the grunge guitarist of rock band "Alice in Chains," has reportedly sold his home in North Hollywood, Studio City, for about $1.45 million. He had listed it in June 2013 for about $1.49 million after purchasing the home in 2005 for $1.75 million. Looks like, he sold for a slight loss.
According to the listing records, the home is a 2151 square feet single family residence that sits on a 0.26 acre lot. Built in 1936, the home boasts of Spanish mid-century style architecture. The home comprises of three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
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Interiors of the house feature mixed floors with floor-to-ceiling glass doors and wood-framed French windows. Living spaces of the home include a large drawing room, a formal dining area, a media room and a great room. Other amenities comprise a gourmet kitchen with a breakfast bar and a laundry room.
Outside, the home has sprawling gardens, ample sitting area, an infinity pool, a separate pool house and two covered parking spaces. A separate guest house is also a part of the property.
The listing describes the home as:
"Walled and gated Spanish gem in prime Studio City, South of Ventura Blvd. Private entrance with long driveway to 2-car garage and charming front courtyard with lawn and garden. 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Open floor plan ideal for indoor and outdoor entertaining. Sonos sound system throughout the property, equipped with security cameras in all the right places. Living room with fireplace, dining room, and Chef's kitchen featuring center island, Viking appliances and breakfast area. Spacious master with sitting area and French doors opening to back patio. The beautiful backyard offers a tranquil setting featuring mature landscaping, pool, spa, covered BBQ area, tiled patios for a variety of sitting areas, and guesthouse with bath."
Check out the photos of the home, here.
Cantrell and his band just put out their latest album "The Devil put Dinosaurs Here" late May. The album contains 12 tracks and clocks in a runtime of an hour and five minutes, reports Ultimate-guitar.com.
Alice in Chains reunited in 2005. The band never officially disbanded but from 1996, substance abuse by one of the band members, Layne Staley, always interfered with their performance. He died in 2002. The band returned to the studios with their 2009 hit album "Black Gives Way to Blue" and another new member, William DuVall.
However, the band still misses their old member.
"I don't think there's closure, per se. That seems to me like the wrong word. You obviously move on and the world keeps spinning and the gigs keep coming and stuff like that, but sometimes, especially like on the tour bus late at night when there are no sounds going on and it's really silent, I start thinking about Layne and stuff like that, still to this day. And I don't ever want to stop thinking about Layne," Mike Inez, bassist of Alice in Chains said to The Columbian in an interview.