A four-bedroom, 6,624-square-foot mansion in Los Angeles’ Bel-Air neighborhood that once was owned by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is available for $7.9 million.  Just last month, we chronicled Durst’s serial buying and selling in the L.A. area, given that he has purchased and then unloaded no fewer than eight houses in Los Angeles County since 1999. Durst only briefly owned the Bel-Air mansion, from 2001 to 2002. He paid $3,475,000 to buy it through his Dally Boy Trust in the summer of 2001, and he sold it the following year to its current owner for $3.7 million. Built in 1971, the Bel-Air mansion is “a masterful blend of (architects) Frank Lloyd Wright (and) John Lautner,” according to listing information. The house wraps around an interior courtyard pool and spa, and is surrounded by tropical greenery. Other features include state-of-the-art lighting and stereo, a media room, an outdoor bar, and pocket doors from most rooms, according to listing information. The house sits on a 1.156-acre knoll with views from the Getty Museum to the Pacific Ocean, according to listing information and public records. Check out the house’s listing sheet—complete with photos—here and here.