There’s fame in the floorboards of this Bel-Air house. Designed fifty percent a century back for Doorways guitarist Robby Krieger and much more just lately owned by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, the Midcentury gem has surfaced for sale at $13.9 million.
Perched on 1.4 acres overlooking Los Angeles, the lower-slung residence recollects the function of Midcentury architects these types of as Frank Lloyd Wright and John Lautner. It’s been restored in latest a long time but still hangs on to its stylish 1970s aesthetic with sharp angles, prolonged hallways and quirky areas lined with wooden, stone and glass.
5 pillars mark the entry, foremost into a 6,600-sq.-foot floor program with terrazzo floors and remarkable beamed ceilings. Indoor-outdoor residing is the emphasis listed here, as the solitary-tale house wraps about an inside courtyard with a swimming pool and spa.
The 1970s house. (Jason Ragle)
The exterior. (Jason Ragle)
The entry. (Jason Ragle)
The dwelling space. (Jason Ragle)
The hearth. (Jason Ragle)
The eating home. (Jason Ragle)
The open flooring system. (Jason Ragle)
The patio. (Jason Ragle)
The kitchen area. (Jason Ragle)
The pool. (Jason Ragle)
The primary bedroom. (Jason Ragle)
The yard. (Jason Ragle)
The hearth pit. (Jason Ragle)
Aerial view of the residence. (Jason Ragle)
Other highlights contain an oversize fireplace in the residing place and present day wood kitchen area. The main suite, just one of four bedrooms and 4.5 loos, adds two customized closets and two showers — a single inside of and a person outside the house.
Patios and lawns lined with landscaping prolong the dwelling room outside the house. At the edge of the property, a curved lounge wraps about a fire pit.
Patty Very best and Chad Lund of Douglas Elliman maintain the listing.
A native of L.A., Krieger joined the Doorways in 1965 and co-wrote hits this kind of as “Light My Fire” and “Touch Me.” He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame as a member of the band in 1993.