Drummer Jack Irons, a founding member of the alt-rock group Red Hot Chili Peppers, has sold his home in Malibu for $1.625 million.
Sitting on five acres with ocean and mountain views, the property centers on a country farmhouse with a wrap-around porch. Features of the more than 3,000-square-foot house include an office/art studio and a master suite with a clawfoot tub and an ocean-view deck.
A bohemian-inspired sound/recording studio decorated with colorful draperies resides on the second floor.
Other living areas include a living room with a fireplace, a crisp white kitchen, three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Outdoors, the sprawling grounds are filled with lawns, raised vegetable gardens and fruit and avocado trees. An attached three-car garage sits off the front entrance entrance.
Irons bought the house more than a decade ago for $849,000, records show.
Deirdre Hollenbeck of Gibson International and Amy Alcini of Sotheby’s International Realty were the co-listing agents. Kathleen Rossi of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage represented the buyer.
The 54-year-old Irons has also been a member of such bands as Pearl Jam and the Wallflowers. He was inducted into the Rock and Hall of Fame in 2012 as a member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers.