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Frances Bean Cobain Has Sold Her Hollywood Bungalow

Courtney Love and the late Kurt Cobain's little girl, Frances Bean is all grown up and it appears that she has outgrown her Hollywood bungalow which she placed on the market, and promptly sold.

Frances Bean, daughter of 90's grunge-royalty couple, Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and Hole's Courtney Love, recently listed her two-story home for sale and according to Variety, the home just sold for a cool $2.331 million. The vintage Spanish-style bungalow is nicely situated in a cul-de-sac in a desirable location in the foothills above Hollywood. Designed by renowned architect Carl Jules Weyl, this property is perfect for those who value their privacy as the home is completely obscured under the cover of greenery and otherwise secured by massive wrought-iron gates to keep out any pesky paparazzi who might have been hoping to sneak a peek at the grown-up celeb kid.

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The property, which was built in 1930 and fits 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms into its 3,357 square feet, is said that has been nicely maintained by Cobain during her time in the home. Features that probably helped the home sell fast include original wood and tile floors, authentic light fixtures, a colorfully tiled staircase, private terrace, en-suite den, and exposed wood ceiling.

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Of course, what would a property previously owned by the child of two famous musicians be without a detached garage turned recording studio/screening room? Though the recording studio was likely used for Cobain's now ex-husband, it likely made her feel closer to her mother and perhaps was in part a tribute to her late father as well.

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We haven't heard if Cobain has snagged herself another sweet piece of L.A. land to call her own but she is currently renting Sara Gilbert's Sunset Strip home at the moment. At $20,000 per month, we hope that Cobain finds another home sooner rather than later.

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