The former Venice Beach home of iconic English rock and blues artist, Eric Clapton, is on the market for $5,495,000, according to press materials.
The gated, 2,946-square-foot residence is also the only home in the U.S. designed by the Arata Isozaki, the architect of Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art.
A 600-square-foot patio greets you at the geometric-inspired, three-bedroom, two-bathroom home, flooded in light by large skylights.
The spacious grand room, with 30-foot ceilings, leads to the family room and guest bedroom with a wet bar.
Overlooking the grand room, the second floor features an office space, kitchen, dining room, and master bedroom with 20-foot ceilings.
The third bedroom is lofted and overlooks the kitchen and dining room.
The listing is held by Josh Altman, Matt Altman, and Juliette Hohnen of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate