Are you in need of a place to have jam sessions and to lay your head? Well, you're in luck. Actor Kiefer Sutherland has put his 14,400-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 4-bath converted warehouse loft and recording studio in Silver Lake, Los Angeles on the market for $4.9 million, according to Big Time. The listing for the property reads:
Beautifully converted warehouse. This celebrity-owned, New York-styled loft has been done with quality and taste. It combines a 6,000-sq.-ft. living space while the rest of the building houses a state-of-the-art recording studio. It is unassuming from the street and beautifully dramatic upon entry. The residence has all rooms opening to each other, 25-ft. ceilings, polished-concrete floors warmed by radiant heat, fabulous cooks kitchen, and all a walk down the hall to the studio and offices.
Sutherland purchased the building in 2002 for $700,000, and converted its downstairs into a recording studio for his record label, Ironworks, and the upstairs into his own living quarters. It's a pretty cool space, and I love how its wild exterior mural keeps it understated from the street. If you happen to be a record exec, looking for a live/work space amongst LA's eclectic hipsters and creative class, look no further.