Take A Look Inside The Amazing Hacienda Pete Wentz Is Selling For ‘Only’ $2.4 Million

by 1 year ago

Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz is selling his hacienda-style home in California and it… is… nice.

The home, located in the Amestoy Estates of Encino, has been something of a magnet for musicians over the years as Wentz bought it from R&B singer-songwriter Eric Benet, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Wentz paid $1.965 million in 2014 for the 4,091-square-foot house and is now looking to offload it for $2.395 million.

It comes with five bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and most importantly, the coolest backyard we’ve seen since ex-MLB star Jeff Kent put his Texas funhouse on the market.

According to the home’s listing on Realtor.com

…this ultra-private, hacienda-style residence is nestled on nearly a half-acre, gated estate, surrounded by lush greenery and vibrant gardens.

Thoughtfully remodeled in 2009, the single-story home showcases open, airy living space designed for gathering and entertaining. Arched doorways foster an effortless flow between living, dining and family rooms. The gourmet kitchen showcases custom cabinetry, granite countertops and high-end stainless steel appliances.

Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open to the magnificent outdoor living space with saltwater pool, spa, grassy yard, gardens, fruit trees and sports court.

The exceptional master features soaring ceilings, French doors, patio, walk-in closets, soaking tub and sauna.

Blending traditional elegance and modern appeal, the estate offers absolute privacy minutes from The Galleria, the shops and restaurants of Ventura Boulevard, the major entertainment studios and L.A.’s Westside.

There is also a zip line in the backyard. I so want to live there.

Unfortunately, I don’t think I can afford the estimated $12,811 a month in mortgage payments, or the $479,000 down payment. How about you?

Take a look at this video tour of Wentz’s home before you decide.

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