The multitalented musician Beck is selling his Gerard Colcord-designed home in Mandeville Canyon for $3.75 million
The Grammy winner purchased the Tudor-style property in 2016, and together with Pam Shamshiri of Commune, has since restored and enhanced the 1964 residence inside and out. Among the highlights of the 2,620-square-foot, three-bedroom abode: hand-hewn beams, massive windows and French doors throughout, and a studio perched above the detached garage. Outdoors, one will find an almost 1-acre lot featuring a secluded walking trail and extensive landscape design.
Beck reportedly bought the home from James Mangold and Cathy Konrad. Mangold co-wrote the award-winning film Walk the Line, which Konrad produced. The listing agents are Richard Stearns and Carrie Berkman Lewis of Partners Trust.