If you were hoping to buy the home of Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx, you are out of luck. It's sold.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the home was located in the gated community of Calabasas in California. Described as "stone-clad" and "Mediterranean-inspired", the house included four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a special music room within its 4,500 square feet. Celebrity real estate collectors will most likely be sad to know that the property, which included outdoor features such as a swimming pool, spa, and pizza oven, is now off the market.
The final price was $2.4 million. Sixx bought the place for $1.9 million in 2011.
Back in July, the Los Angeles Times reported Sixx bought a much bigger 10,300 square foot mansion in Westlake Village for $4.1 million. It has two more bathrooms and three more bathrooms than his old home.
Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue sells house in Calabasas http://t.co/sOP53gkV1z
— LA Times Real Estate (@LATrealestate) September 30, 2014
Sixx has been busy with his band, SIXX:A.M., which will be playing its first live show since 2009 tomorrow at the iHeart Theater in Burbank, California, according to KNAC.com. There's also supposed to be some big surprise at the end of the concert.
Also being released tomorrow is SIXX:A.M.'s new album, Modern Vintage.
— Examiner.com (@examinercom) October 5, 2014
What should fans expect from this concert and album release? “Sixx:A.M.’s music has always walked that fine line between beauty and darkness, happiness and pain,” James Michael explained in an interview with Global News. “A lot of Sixx:A.M.’s lyrics are pretty heavy subject matter but we always find a way to find hope in every song.”
It makes one wonder if Sixx felt any beauty, darkness, happiness or pain about moving from one multimillion dollar home to another.