The hip musician and his wife—
Dazed and Confused
star Marissa Ribisi—bought in February as a fixer-upper.
The Tudor-style bungalow was built in the 1920s and boasts quarter-sawn oak wood floors as well as a living room fireplace.
The 2,500 square foot house offers four bedrooms—including a master suite with exposed beam ceilings—three baths, an office, and a dining area.
The all-white space features old-school details like built-in shelving and a master bathroom vanity.
The quaint kitchen has ample storage space and its own breakfast nook.
The couple’s primary residence is just miles away in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.