Once the home of Eric Clapton, this Venice Beach, California, pad can now be yours for $5,5 million. Besides being the home of this legendary musician, this one-of-kind architectural masterpiece is the only home in the US designed by Arata Isozaki, the architect of MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art), located just yards away from Venice Beach. This gated, private residence welcomes you with a 600-square foot patio for outdoor dining and entertaining.
A bright, open grand room features 30-foot ceilings and leads to a family room/guest bedroom with wet bar.
The second floor looks out over the grand room and features a large work/office space, kitchen, dining room and master bedroom with 20-foot ceilings. The home also has a lofted bedroom that overlooks the kitchen and dining room.
Huge skylights flood the home with light, making it a perfect artist’s retreat in an unbeatable Venice location.
So now, if you have $5,495,000 to spare, you have the opportunity to live just like your idol.