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Bobby Darin’s one-time Beverly Hills home listed for $8.5M
January 17, 2020 in Latest News

Inman - Its home recording studio has been used over the years by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Sabbath, Carlos Santana and Ozzy Osborne.

A Beverly Hills home that once belonged to iconic singer Bobby Darin and other music legends has hit the market for $8.5 million.

The 702 North Rodeo Drive home, a 8,500-square-foot compound designed in the Spanish style, has switched hands many times since it was built in 1922. Along with Darin, other owners included Noel Blanc, a voice actor known for voicing Elmer Fudd and Porky Pig in “Looney Tunes,” and Takahiro “Tak” Matsumoto, a Grammy-winning Japanese guitarist. Matsumoto, who bought the property in 2011 for $3.64 million, was the one who placed it on the market, according to the Los Angeles Times.

January 17, 2020
Photos - Josh Spooner