Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor puts house on market for £3 million

The Los Angeles property has a sound-proofed studio built-in

Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has listed his home for sale with a price tag of $4.495 million (nearly £3 million).

The modern-style property was built in 1966 and is situated in the Beverly Crest neighbourhood of Los Angeles, California.

As Blabbermouth reports, the five-bedroom house includes a “a sound-proofed media studio, retracting French doors that open the kitchen to a dining patio area, a balcony with a fireplace, an illuminated stone wall, an infinity edge pool, a lawn and an outdoor fireplace”.


Reznor originally purchased the house for $4,187,500 in 2007.

It was recently revealed that tech giants Apple are working on a new streaming service with Beats Music and Reznor. Beats were acquired by Apple in a $3bn deal last year, with the two companies now developing a product to rival music-streaming giant Spotify.

Reznor was previously Chief Creative Officer of Beats Music before the Apple deal. Reznor had previously hinted that he was working on a secret music-streaming project with Apple.

Reports claim that the service will be subscription only and that there will be no freemium tier. It has also been noted that the Beats Music name will be dropped. The service is expected to be launched later in 2015.


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