The Hollywood Regency style house, built in 1926, is described in the listing as a John Elgin Woolf reinvention. Details include 12-foot-high paneled ceilings, Palladian columns and parquet floors. The 3,700 square feet of living space includes a media room/den with built-in bookcases, an updated eat-in kitchen, three bedrooms and 41/2 bathrooms. There is a trapezoidal pool with a pergola and a guesthouse.
Moby, 46, saw his 1999 electronica album, “Play,” sell more than 10 million copies worldwide. His most recent album, “Destroyed,” was released last year. He published a book of his tour photography, also called “Destroyed,” the same year.
Public records show the property was purchased in 2008 for $2.95 million and has been leased out in recent years.
Source: LA TIMES