Musician and television host Dave Navarro has sold a renovated 1920s bungalow with a detached garage in a historic area of Los Angeles.
Musician and television host Dave Navarro has sold a renovated home in the historic Larchmont area of Los Angeles for the asking price of $1.695 million.
Tucked behind wrought iron gates, the property includes a 1920s bungalow of roughly 2,100 square feet and a detached garage. A 620-square-foot guest apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom sits above the garage.
Inside, open-plan interiors were updated with blond hardwood floors, light hues and recessed lighting throughout. Custom gray cabinetry and stainless steel appliances lend a contemporary look to the kitchen.
There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, including the master suite, which has black carpeting and a glass-enclosed shower.
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A patio sits off the rear of the main house.
Navarro, 48, bought the house two years ago for $1.55 million.
He hosts the reality competition series “Ink Master,” now entering its seventh season. The guitarist has been part of such rock groups as Jane’s Addiction, Deconstruction and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.