Foo Fighters lead singer Dave Grohl has paid $3,783,500 for a three-bedroom house on the Pacific Ocean in Oxnard, California, according to public records.
In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report that late last year, Grohl, 38, bought a house in Oxnard, which is north of Los Angeles. The seven-room house has about 3,088 square feet, according to public records. Features in the house, which had been listed for $3.9 million, include four bathrooms, furnishings and electronics, and a four-car garage, according to listing information.
The beach house is the third home owned by the rocker. In 1998, Grohl paid $627,000 through a trust for a 3,008-square-foot house on 1.17 acres in Alexandria, Virginia, near his boyhood home. That house was built in 1979. And in 2003, Grohl’s paid $2.2 million for a four-bedroom, 3,703-square-foot house on 2.2 acres in the Encino district of Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, which was built in 1950. Although the Alexandria house at one time was Grohl’s principal residence, his main home now is generally regarded as the house in Encino, where Grohl once told Spin magazine, “there are some really good delis out here.” He also told that same magazine, “Dude, I love the Valley!”