Flea’s Former Pad Outside of Griffith Park Comes to Market

By Jack Flemming

In Los Feliz, a 1930s traditional recently owned by Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea just came to market for $3.488 million.

Flea, whose real name is Michael Balzary, had a successful stay in the elegant abode about a block away from Griffith Park. Records show he bought it for $2.47 million in 2014 and sold it four years later for $3.215 million — or $218,000 over his asking price.

It’s not his only former home in the area; he sold a Mediterranean compound near Griffith Park for $6 million in 2014 as well as a Malibu contemporary for $3.15 million in 2011.

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