Frances Bean Cobain Buys Hollywood Home
The 19-year-old gangly offspring needs a place to live and the four-bedroom house in the Hollywood Hills seems perfect.
The 3,350 square foot building, which was built in 1930, also boasts 3.5 bathrooms and retains many original features including hand-forged iron work, stained glass windows, hand-stenciled wood beams and vintage light fixtures, reports website The Real Estalker.
The formal living room boasts a wood burning fireplace, exposed beams, restored wooden floors and French doors leading to a spacious terrace, while the kitchen area – situated next to a dining room – is corrected to a walk-in pantry and adjoining breakfast room.
There is a second dining area outside, in a shaded courtyard-style patio, and the detached garage has been converted into a studio.
Despite buying the Los Angeles property, Frances – an artist who works under the pseudonym Fiddle Tim – is currently studying in New York.