Boasting an impressive rock and roll pedigree, this revamped midcentury home in Bel Air is shaped like a hexagon.

Set on nearly 1.5 acres in lower Bel Air, the home features breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and the Getty Museum.

While the property was originally built in 1971 by architect Matthew Leizer for The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger and his family, its ties to music don’t stop there—it was also the former home of Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst. Now, this hexagon-shaped dwelling with a bonafide rock and roll past is offered at $13,999,000.

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The entrance sets the tone for the home's indoor/outdoor midcentury feel.

The entrance sets the tone for the home’s indoor/outdoor midcentury feel. 

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Influenced by the architectural styles of both John Lautner and Frank Lloyd Wright, the angular home wraps around a central pool and patio with multiple spaces that encourage indoor/outdoor living. Current homeowner Adam Bold, a businessman and host of the national radio show The Mutual Fund Show, hired architect Astra Woodcraft and Brown Design Group in 2016 to help him restore the property to its original glory.

The landing above the earthenware fireplace features an original frieze depicting an interpretation of The Doors band members.

The landing above the earthenware fireplace features an original frieze depicting an interpretation of The Doors band members.

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