C’mon and love me, C’mon and list me.
Kiss co-founder and bass player Gene Simmons has made the decision to part ways with his four-bedroom Los Angeles home — and has listed the Laurel Canyon multi-level abode for $3.1 million (US$2.2 million), according to the NY Post.
Located at 2103 Ridgemont Drive, the split-level home, built in 1968, most notably looks out on 360-degree views of the city.
The sights include the downtown skyline, Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood sign and the Pacific Ocean. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows helps Simmons, and the new buyer, enjoy these stunning vistas inside too.
The three-level house also fits two living spaces and two bathrooms across 220 sqm.
The bathrooms and two kitchens have been updated, with touches including Carrara marble. As for the windowed kitchens, which open to living areas, they have updated stainless-steel appliances.
The 60s-era abode boasts decks on all three levels of the house, as well as nice-sized bedrooms — one of which features a built-in reading nook.
The Israeli-born Simmons and his wife, Canadian actress and 1982 Playboy Playmate of the Year Shannon Tweed, still own a mansion in Beverly Hills.
Simmons and Paul Stanley created ‘the ultimate rock bank’ known as Kiss back in 1974, and was made famous for his ‘Demon’ make-up he wore on stage.
In addition to playing bass, Simmons is known for his long tongue, which he frequently sticks out while performing.
This story originally appeared in the NY Post and was republished with permission.