Graham Nash is selling his longtime home, which includes a photo studio and a guest apartment.
Here’s a piece of rock ’n roll memorabilia you don’t see every day: Graham Nash of the Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash fame has put his longtime home in Manhattan Beach, Calif., on the market for $2.35 million.
The singer-songwriter is also sweetening the deal for the next owner, throwing in a personalized vinyl album as well as the antiques, furniture and memorabilia currently in the home.
Nash put his stamp on the property during more than two decades of ownership, taking the hunter-green-painted home down to the studs for a complete remodel in 2009. An ardent photographer and visual artist, Graham also converted the garage into a photo studio, where he launched his digital printmaking service Nash Editions in 1991.
Inside the main house, the 1,320 square feet of living space has a cozy cabin-like quality, with hardwood floors, gold-painted beamed ceilings and large double-hung windows. A cobblestone wood-burning fireplace anchors the living room.
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Offering a mix of new and old styles, an updated kitchen has butcher-block countertops and a Bertazzoni six-burner stove. A small office/nook features an original door from a Red Car rail trolley. A deck/patio with a Balinese-style daybed sits off the kitchen.
Across the grounds and above the garage, a guest apartment has French doors, a kitchenette and a bedroom suite. Installed solar panels, outdoor sitting areas and a finished basement with wine cellar and a salvaged ship door are among other details of note.
Nash stands to make a small mint on the property he bought more than two decades ago for $500,000.
The 74-year-old Nash has twice been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Hollies and the supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash. His sixth studio album, “The Path Tonight,” was released in May.