Gavin Rossdale Bought the Most Expensive Home Studio City Has to Offer: See Pics of His New Bachelor Pad

Word on the street is Gavin Rossdale has a swanky new bachelor pad.

The former frontman of ’90s rock group Bush, who divorced from his parter of 13 years Gwen Stefani last year after a cheating scandal, is said to have purchased the most expensive home Studio City has on the market: a $7.6 million, newly constructed, contemporary house located in the foothills.

Celebrity real estate “snitch” Lucy Spillerguts confirmed the news to Variety.

Nearly 8,000 square feet, the house has six en-suite bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and an open-plan living space. Located at the end of a gated drive, the modern house sits at the high point of a 1.3-acre ridgeline, providing gorgeous, panoramic views stretching across the San Fernando Valley.

Other cool aspects of the house include glass walls, a double-height living room with fireplace, a kitchen that has its own climate-controlled wine room, family room with wet bar, a huge deck and terraced backyard with an outdoor kitchen, a swimming pool, and three fire pits. The house is of course state of the art, with a home automation system and full security.

Variety notes that this house doesn’t have everything…it’s lacking a tennis court, which is surprising considering Rossdale is “a die-hard player and fan.”

Rossdale moved out of the Beverly Hills home he and Stefani shared with their three children after it was revealed he had been cheating on her with their nanny, Mindy Mann, for 3 years. Until now, he had been renting a home in Bel Air. The divorce settlement between him and Stefani revealed that they split the money from the sale of their Beverly Hills home, and while Stefani will keep their two other LA residences, Rossdale got their four European properties.

According to Rodeo Realty’s Roger Perry, the listing agent for the home, “The [$7.6 million] sale price sets a record for the rapidly gentrifying if still relatively unsung community.”

Photos courtesy of Rodeo Realty.

[Variety]