The four-story, 4,422-square-foot contemporary sits north of the pier on a lot abutting the boardwalk.
Ross Robinson, the music producer behind such albums as Korn’s self-titled first record and Limp Bizkit’s “Three Dollar Bill, Y’all,” has put his Venice, California, beach home on the market for $11.74 million.
The 4,422-square-foot contemporary, designed and built in 1997 by Miguel Flores and David Ming-Li Lowe, has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms and sits north of the pier on a lot abutting the boardwalk.
Renovated by designer Michael McCraine, the interior features light wood floors, decorative tile work and vibrant wallpaper. A step-up dining room divides the living room and open-plan kitchen, which has custom walnut cabinetry, an island and a breakfast booth. There are three wood-burning fireplaces in the four-story home, which has ocean views from each level.
Wood-and-steel staircases and walkways connect each level, including a top floor that opens to a rooftop deck. The ground floor, which has a living area, kitchen and bedroom suite, doubles as a private apartment.
Robinson, 50, made a name for himself for his work on Fear Factory’s 1991 album “Concrete.” A pioneer of the nu metal sound, he has produced albums for bands including the Cure, Slipknot and At the Drive-In.