Get­ting in tune with the mar­ket

Los Angeles Times - - HOT PROPERTY -

Nine Inch Nails founder, pro­ducer and film com­poser Trent

Reznor has put his home in the Bev­erly Crest area up for sale at $5.75 mil­lion, a $1.255-mil­lion uptick in price from when it was last for sale two years ago.

Tucked be­hind gates and trop­i­cal land­scap­ing, the pol­ished con­tem­po­rary-style home con­tains about 4,320 square feet of liv­ing space and sits on more than half an acre.

High ceil­ings and sleek lines cre­ate a vo­lu­mi­nous feel in­side the home, which has five bed­rooms and four bath­rooms. Re­tract­ing French doors open the kitchen area to an out­door liv­ing/din­ing area, and an il­lu­mi­nated stone wall pro­vides am­biance on the mas­ter suite pa­tio. An off­beat curv­ing stair­case con­nects both floors.

Out­doors, an in­fin­ity-edge pool, lawns and an out­door fire­place make up the grounds. Views take in the down­town city lights and sur­round­ing canyon area.

Reznor, 51, founded the in­dus­trial rock band in 1988 and serves as singer, song­writer, pro­ducer and in­stru­men­tal­ist. Last year the group re­leased the EP “Not the Ac­tual Events,” which Reznor recorded with At­ti­cus Ross, his film score work part­ner.

He bought the prop­erty in 2007 for about $4.2 mil­lion.

Drew Fen­ton of Hil­ton & Hy­land and Bar­bara Boyle of Sotheby’s In­ter­na­tional Realty are the co-list­ing agents.

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