Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin has sold his 3,311-square-foot house in Murrieta, Calif. for $420,000. In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Chamberlin’s sale of the house, which is at 35972 Murano Street in Murrieta. Built in 2003, the three-bedroom house, which is about 60 miles south of Los Angeles, has two baths and sits on a 0.27-acre lot, according to public records. The house did not appear to have been on the market. Records show that Chamberlin paid what appears to be a much higher price – $562,000 – for the house in July 2004. We’re not sure yet whether Chamberlin was a victim of the lousy housing market, or whether there’s something funky going on in the public records databases that we access. Chamberlin has owned several other houses over the years. He previously had owned a 10-room house on 4.28 acres at 3299 Middlesax Drive in Long Grove, Ill., which he purchased in 2002 for $832,500 and sold in 2004 for $895,000, according to public records. Prior to that, Chamberlin had owned a house at 535 Basil Road in Lake Bluff, Ill., which he had purchased in 1998 for $312,000 and sold in 2002 for $355,000, according to public records. And before that, Chamberlin had owned a house at 4437 N. Mozart Street on Chicago’s Northwest Side that he purchased in 1994 for $222,500 and sold in 1998 for $285,500, according to public records. It’s unclear where Chamberlin has moved. When we find out, we’ll write about it here. Also, just for fun, check out the Smashing Pumpkins’ video of their song “Zero” – one of our personal favorites.