R.E.M.’s Mike Mills is selling home overlooking the Hollywood Bowl

REM bassist Mike Mills’ home has unlimited concert tickets – stuff like that. The stunning estate, which Mills just listed for $6.5 million, offers a rare perk: It’s one of only two homes that overlooks the Hollywood Bowl.

It was a fitting abode for Mills, a multi-instrumentalist, singer and composer who co-founded the Georgia-based rock band in the 1980s.

The music scene is not the only element of the property. Other highlights include a 400-gallon fish tank in the living room, a built-in pizza oven, and a gorgeous tiled bathroom built over the course of two years, resembling Vincent Van Gogh’s painting “Starry Night.”

Set on a half-acre site on a hillside, the home spans three floors with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms on nearly 4,000 square feet. Picture windows and pocket glass walls take advantage of the view, capturing not only the Hollywood Bowl but also the Hollywood sign, Griffith Lookout, and downtown LA.

There’s also a breakfast nook, media room and games room, as well as a pair of bathrooms with their own colorful custom tile.

Outside, three observatories overlook the neighboring concert venue. An observatory, swimming pool and spa complete the small complex. According to the listing, the property comes with an adjacent lot lined with solar panels.

Born in Orange County, Mills co-founded REM in the 1980s. Since then, the group has become one of the best-selling bands of all time with 15 studio albums, six EPs, and four live albums.

Steven Bruns and Diana Armstrong-Bruns of Engel & Volkers Calabasas hold the list.

https://www.latimes.com/business/real-estate/story/2022-06-29/r-e-m-s-mike-mills-seeks-6-5-million-for-home-overlooking-the-hollywood-bowl R.E.M.’s Mike Mills is selling home overlooking the Hollywood Bowl

Edmund DeMarche

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