Gene Simmons, the onetime rock legend turned reality TV star, will be moving soon. The Israeli born star has listed his Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles home located at 2103 Ridgemont Drive for $2.2 Million. The rocker just turned 71 on Tuesday. Are you feeling old now?
Built in 1968, the single family home has 6,901 square feet of space. The split level house comes with four bedrooms and two baths.
The listing on Compass.com says that it, “features seemingly endless 360 views that span the downtown skyline, Hollywood sign, Griffith Park Observatory, Santa Monica Mountains, Beverly Hills, Trousdale, Santa Monica, and the Pacific Ocean. Mind-blowing walls of glass blast the most breathtaking panoramic views of Los Angeles into an open and airy floor plan with 2 welcoming living spaces. Spacious decks on all 3 levels transport the serene nature and breathtaking views throughout the home. Imagine waking up to morning fog rolling in over the hills or unwinding in the evening to the vibrant sunsets over the Santa Monica Mountains. The kitchen’s and bath’s have been tastefully updated featuring carrera marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, and other modern amenities. This unique property is truly one-of-kind, and has been home to numerous celebrities.”
Meanwhile Gene Simmons is offering a new video teaching people how to do their make up just like he did with Kiss. He demonstrates this by painting his daughter Sophie’s face. Simmons calls this “Demon Makeup.” Check out the video below.
And as if this is not enough, Gene Simmons is also working raising money help musicians who are suffering right now because of the Covid-19 shutdown. He donated his own signed limited edition base guitar to the MUSICARES Charity Relief Auction. You can bid on it here. The AXE bass signed on the body by Gene Simmons in black marker, serial number 190900064, is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Simmons, and a hard shell road case with “Gene Simmons” stenciled in silver. It is valued at up to $6,000 and the minimum bid is $1,000.
The Recording Academy, the people who make the Grammy Awards, is behind MusiCares, a COVID-19 Relief effort which they say is intended to help their peers in the music community affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) August 26, 2020