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Photos & Videos Surface From Inside DANZIG's Old House; Abandoned Comic Books, Action Figures & Gargoyles A-Plenty

Posted by on August 15, 2017 at 2:18 pm Follow on Twitter | Follow on Instagram

Earlier this month, we learned that Danzig's infamous Los Feliz home was up for sale. The listing on Zillow for 4544 Franklin Ave, in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles for $1,199,000.

As a refresher, the property was built in 1907, boasts four bedrooms and two baths, 2,168 square feet, with an additional 6,751 square feet of outdoor space, no central cooling and is a multi-family set up. The listing also notes the property was purchased in 1989 for a measly $275,002. Well, it looks like a Los Angeles resident hit up one of the realtors and got a look inside the house. Danzig hasn't actually lived in this house for years, and the property is being sold "as is" so turns out you can get a lot of Danzig's old shit.

Death and Taxes' Maggie Serota got hold of video and photos from the residence. Here's a video that looks to be shot on a 2004 cellphone of the inside:

Thankfully, the photos tell a clearer picture. For example, if you purchase the home, not only will you get a creepy teddy bear, but seemingly unopened boxes of Count Chocula and Boo Berry cereal:

You can save a ton of money on bedroom items as this one already comes with a perfectly suitable bed:

There are plenty of toys for the kids too…

Don't worry there is plenty of fun for adults as well:

One thing noticeably missing… the bricks!

So yeah, the house looks like a total mess, but again, it's been a few years since Danzig has lived in it. If this floats your boat, the listing is still active here.

Want to see how other rock stars live? Previously, we've seen the lavish homes of Maynard from Tool, the Hawaii penthouse belonging to Disturbed's David DraimanMetallica's James HetfieldRob ZombieTrent Reznor's old Beverly Hills homeDave Mustaine's $5 million mansion, Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett's gorgeous hill-top beach house, and Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris' opulent pad

[via Death and Taxes]

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