Shock-rocker and filmmaker Rob Zombie, known for his horror and sci-fi themes, has sold his stately home in Hancock Park for $3.65 million.
The tree-sheltered Tudor, built in 1924, features wood paneling in the living room and pub rooms as well as the formal entry. A taxidermy bear loomed large in listing photos of the living room, which has a high wood-beam ceiling and a fireplace.
The kitchen has been remodeled and includes a butler's pantry. There is also a home theater, a gym, six bedrooms and five bathrooms for a total of 6,249 square feet of space.
The half-acre lot also contains a guesthouse, pool house, a boulder-surrounded swimming pool and spa.
Zombie, 49, was a founding member and lead singer for the heavy-metal band White Zombie. The singer-guitarist expanded to film soundtrack writing and performing for such movies as "The Matrix" (1999), "House of 1000 Corpses" (2003) and "Paranormal Activity 4" (2012). After two "Halloween" films, he wrote and directed "The Lords of Salem."
The home last sold in 1999 for $1.799 million, public records show. Zombie also owns a home in Woodbury, Conn.
Michael Goldberg of the Brokerage Beverly Hills was the listing agent. Amy Davis of Teles Properties represented the buyer.
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