Grammy Award-winning musician Beck and his wife, actress Marissa Ribisi, are ready to part with their 2,620-square-foot cottage in Los Angeles’s Mandeville Canyon area, according to a representative for Partner’s Trust, which has the listing. It was listed yesterday with an asking price of $3.75 million.
Beck, 47, and Ms. Ribisi, 42, purchased the house in 2016 for $3.15 million, city records show, from James Mangold and Cathy Konrad, a co-writer and a producer, respectively, on the 2005 Johnny Cash biopic “Walk the Line.”
Beck, with help from Pam Shamshiri of Commune—the design firm behind the Ace Hotels in Palm Springs and L.A.—restored the residence, upgraded and improved the interior and exterior details, as well as the home’s natural surroundings, including the addition of a private trail and extensive landscape design, said listing brokers Richard Stearns and Carrie Berkman Lewis in a statement.
The home was built in 1964 by prominent California architect Gerard Colcord, known for his traditional designs.
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Sitting on almost one acre, the house has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a lodge-like living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, hardwood floors and “enchanting nooks,” according to the listing.
A representative for Beck could not be reached for comment.
Variety first reported the listing.
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