Bel-Air Midcentury built for Doors guitarist Robby Krieger asks $13.9 million

There is a reputation in the flooring of this Bel-Air house. Built half a century ago for Doors guitarist Robby Krieger and recently owned by Fred Durst, head of Limp Bizkit, the Midcentury gem has been listed for sale for $13.9 million.

Set on 1.4 acres overlooking Los Angeles, this looming residence is reminiscent of the work of Midcentury architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and John Lautner. It has been restored in recent years but retains its chic 1970s aesthetic with sharp corners, long hallways and quaint spaces lined with wood, stone and glass.

Five pillars mark the entrance, leading into a 6,600-square-foot floor plan with terrazzo tile floors and dramatic beamed ceilings. Indoor-outdoor living is the highlight here, as the one-story home surrounds a courtyard with a pool and spa.

Other highlights include a large fireplace in the living room and modern wood kitchen. The main suite, one of four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, adds two custom wardrobes and two showers – one inside and one outside.

The patio and grass lining create an expansive view of the outdoor living space. At the edge of the property, a curved lounge surrounds a fire pit.

Douglas Elliman’s Patty Best and Chad Lund hold the list.

A native of LA, Krieger joined Doors in 1965 and co-wrote hits like “Light My Fire” and “Touch Me.” He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the band in 1993. Bel-Air Midcentury built for Doors guitarist Robby Krieger asks $13.9 million

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