Former Home of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea Is Available for $3.49M

By Claudine Zap

The Los Angeles home formerly owned by the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist Flea is itching for a sale. The gated estate in the trendy Los Feliz neighborhood is now available for $3,488,000.

In 2014, the musician, whose given name is Michael Peter Balzary, with his girlfriend at the time, the model Frankie Rayder, purchased the harmonious home for $2.47 million, according to realtor.com.

The couple, who have since reportedly split up, placed the 3,561-square-foot property on the market for $3 million in 2018. The rockin’ pad quickly sold over ask about a month later, for $3,215,000.

Now the five-bedroom, five-bathroom abode has come back onto the market with a few key changes.

The most notable may be that the fun front door has been repainted, replacing an arresting purple with a somewhat more subdued coral.

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