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Frances Bean Cobain sells Hollywood Hills home for $2.29M

Frances Bean Cobain, the only child of grunge couple Courtney Love and the late Kurt Cobain, has sold her Hollywood Hills home for $2.29M nearly two years after purchasing it for $1.99M.

The Dirt first reported the sale of the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom Spanish-style 1926 property in the secluded Hollywood Knolls neighborhood last Thursday.

The 29-year-old visual artist had lowered the initial price of $2.5M in order to unload the white-walled 2,908-square-foot abode, which sits on .29 acres of land.  

Sold! Frances Bean Cobain, the only child of grunge couple Courtney Love and the late Kurt Cobain, has sold her Hollywood Hills home for $2.29M nearly two years after purchasing it for $1.99M (pictured in 2018)

Flipped: The Dirt first reported the sale of the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom Spanish-style 1926 property in the secluded Hollywood Knolls neighborhood last Thursday

Flipped: The Dirt first reported the sale of the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom Spanish-style 1926 property in the secluded Hollywood Knolls neighborhood last Thursday

Frances’ former multi-level home is surrounded by a wooded hillside and features a tri-level attached guest house with its own bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen, and patio.

One of Cobain’s living rooms has a fireplace and arched wood beams across the ceiling and access to the patio.

The open-concept kitchen features a breakfast nook, black cabinets, and brass fixtures.

The main dining room has mullioned casement windows offering plenty of light and views outside. 

Sleepy? The 29-year-old visual artist had lowered the initial price of $2.5M in order to unload the white-walled 2,908-square-foot abode, which sits on .29 acres of land

Sleepy? The 29-year-old visual artist had lowered the initial price of $2.5M in order to unload the white-walled 2,908-square-foot abode, which sits on .29 acres of land

Glimpse: Frances' former multi-level home is surrounded by a wooded hillside and features a tri-level attached guest house with its own bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen, and patio

Glimpse: Frances’ former multi-level home is surrounded by a wooded hillside and features a tri-level attached guest house with its own bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen, and patio

Day bed! One of Cobain's living rooms has a fireplace and arched wood beams across the ceiling and access to the patio

Day bed! One of Cobain’s living rooms has a fireplace and arched wood beams across the ceiling and access to the patio

What's cooking? The open-concept kitchen features a breakfast nook, black cabinets, and brass fixtures

What’s cooking? The open-concept kitchen features a breakfast nook, black cabinets, and brass fixtures

The other living room offers French doors opening to the patio and there’s also a street-level two-car garage.

The Emmy-nominated Montage of Heck producer must prefer baths to showers as one of the bathrooms has a nice tub and b&w polka-dot floor tiling.

One reason Frances is moving might have something to do with her publicly declaring her love for skateboarding legend Tony Hawk’s eldest son Riley.

Cobain wrote on January 1 that she loves the 29-year-old painter-skateboarder ‘the most’ and he brought her a ‘great amount of joy’ over the last year.  

Seats eight: The main dining room has mullioned casement windows offering plenty of light and views outside

Seats eight: The main dining room has mullioned casement windows offering plenty of light and views outside

All in the details: The other living room offers French doors opening to the patio and there's also a street-level two-car garage

All in the details: The other living room offers French doors opening to the patio and there’s also a street-level two-car garage

Washed up: The Emmy-nominated Montage of Heck producer must prefer baths to showers as one of the bathrooms has a nice tub and b&w polka-dot floor tiling

Washed up: The Emmy-nominated Montage of Heck producer must prefer baths to showers as one of the bathrooms has a nice tub and b&w polka-dot floor tiling

‘Happy birthday to the most gentle and healing person I’ve ever known,’ the divorced heiress gushed via Instastory on December 6.

‘I love you more than words could hope to say. Thank you for being who you are and pointing out every dog/skate spot you see. I hope you’ll always do that.’

Frances – who receives $95K/month inheritance – keeps busy painting, photographing, and creating digital art, but she’s deleted all evidence of her music as a singer-guitarist.

Cobain – whose godparents are Michael Stipe and Drew Barrymore -controls the publicity rights to her famous father’s name and image, having inherited 37% of his estate in December 2009.   

Frances posted this selfie in honor of the New Year after taking 12 months off of the social media app

Instagram official! One reason Frances is moving might have something to do with her publicly declaring her love for skateboarding legend Tony Hawk's eldest son Riley (pictured)

Instagram official! One reason Frances is moving might have something to do with her publicly declaring her love for skateboarding legend Tony Hawk’s eldest son Riley (R)

'Happy New Year honey!' Cobain wrote on January 1 that she loves the 29-year-old painter-skateboarder 'the most' and he brought her a 'great amount of joy' over the last year

‘Happy New Year honey!’ Cobain wrote on January 1 that she loves the 29-year-old painter-skateboarder ‘the most’ and he brought her a ‘great amount of joy’ over the last year

The divorced heiress gushed via Instastory on December 6: 'Happy birthday to the most gentle and healing person I've ever known. I love you more than words could hope to say. Thank you for being who you are and pointing out every dog/skate spot you see'

The divorced heiress gushed via Instastory on December 6: ‘Happy birthday to the most gentle and healing person I’ve ever known. I love you more than words could hope to say. Thank you for being who you are and pointing out every dog/skate spot you see’

The self-described ‘trust-fund baby’ was only 20 months old when the Nirvana frontman took his own life in 1994 at age 27 with a self-inflicted shotgun wound.

‘My relationship to money is different because I didn’t earn it. And so it’s almost like this big, giant loan that I’ll never get rid of. I have an almost foreign relationship to it or guilt because it feels like money from somebody that I’ve never met, let alone earned myself,’ Frances said on the RuPaul: What’s The Tee? podcast in 2019.

‘I’d say in the last two years, I’ve taken real accountability at looking at every little thing and talking with the people in charge of my money. And also realizing that you don’t have to live lavishly to live well…The one way that I was shown how to live beyond your means and live in excess. It took me stepping away from that and getting sober [in 2016] in order to realize that no matter how much money you think you have, it’s not permanent.’

Art: Frances - who receives $95K/month inheritance - keeps busy painting, photographing, and creating digital art, but she's deleted all evidence of her music as a singer-guitarist

Art: Frances – who receives $95K/month inheritance – keeps busy painting, photographing, and creating digital art, but she’s deleted all evidence of her music as a singer-guitarist

Self-described 'trust-fund baby': Cobain was only 20 months old when the Nirvana frontman took his own life in 1994 at age 27 with a self-inflicted shotgun wound (pictured in 1993)

Self-described ‘trust-fund baby’: Cobain was only 20 months old when the Nirvana frontman took his own life in 1994 at age 27 with a self-inflicted shotgun wound (pictured in 1993) 

Frances said on the RuPaul: What's The Tee? podcast in 2019: 'My relationship to money is different because I didn't earn it. And so it's almost like this big, giant loan that I'll never get rid of. I have an almost foreign relationship to it or guilt because it feels like money from somebody that I've never met, let alone earned myself'

Frances said on the RuPaul: What’s The Tee? podcast in 2019: ‘My relationship to money is different because I didn’t earn it. And so it’s almost like this big, giant loan that I’ll never get rid of. I have an almost foreign relationship to it or guilt because it feels like money from somebody that I’ve never met, let alone earned myself’




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