It’s not often you can own a home where the likes of Paul McCartney and David Bowie have set foot, let alone one where they actually made music, all for a price tag of under a million dollars. But that’s exactly what you’ll get with a West Hollywood loft currently on the market for $999,999. In the condominium’s past life (in the 1970s) it was the location of Cherokee Studios, where Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, David Bowie, Frank Sinatra, and more all recorded albums, and which Beatles producer George Martin dubbed the best studio in America.
Now an apartment complex called the Lofts at Cherokee Studios, the building has been transformed into a green living space with numerous high-end amenities and details. The listed unit in particular is a modern two-story condo with a giant open living space complete with 16-foot ceilings. The living and dining areas flow into the chef’s kitchen, which features a Caesarstone kitchen island, bar-style seating, a Bertazzoni oven, built-in microwave, and stainless-steel appliances. And the entire space opens on to a private balcony.
Source: Condé Nast/architecturaldigest.com