Founding Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Jack Irons is looking to unload his farmhouse in Malibu, CA. The cheery three-bedroom home has been on and off the market for more than a year, but the prolific drummer isn't looking to give it away now. He just reduced the price by $20,000, but you'll need $1.75 million to snag these digs.
The "country home reminiscent of Martha's Vineyard," according to the listing, sits atop 5 acres of hilly land and is surrounded by a white picket fence. The 3,026-square-foot home is surprisingly quaint for a rock star drummer who's bashed cymbals for bands such as Pearl Jam and The Wallflowers. It has "ocean and mountain views in every direction."
Built in 1994, the home also features green garden space, large porch areas, and plenty of windows. The only hint of a rock star lifestyle is in the upstairs recording studio, outfitted with colorful soundproofing cushions.
The home was initially listed for $1.98 million in August 2014.