$2.5M for Eric Clapton’s Former Pad and Exclusive Record

Eric Clapton's former digs in Venice, CA recently hit the market with an asking price of $2.5 million. The current owner is also throwing in a one-of-a-kind musical recording by Eric Clapton, which was found in the home following the guitarist's departure. View the listing.

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Eric Clapton's former digs in Venice, CA recently hit the market with an asking price of $2.5 million. The current owner is also throwing in a one-of-a-kind musical recording by Eric Clapton, which was found in the home following the guitarist's departure. View the listing.
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The musical great bought the two bedroom Venice, CA pad in 1998 and lived there on and off until 2003 when he sold the spread to the current owner, Steve Meadows. The contemporary abode was custom made in 1986 by iconic architect, Arata Isosaki who also designed L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art.
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The private and gated home is only 100 feet from the sand and features 25-foot-high ceilings, ocean views, and a high-tech security system.
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A view of the family room and media center. The home is equipped with a deluxe surround sound system, which was allegedly installed by Clapton himself.
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Venice is an outdoor lover's dream. Spend the day surfing, biking, jogging or rollerblading.
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A view of the eat-in kitchen that comes with a Garland professional range.
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The original owner of the home reportedly requested that the famed architect Arata Isosaki design a large area for visiting artists to use and a room to display collections.
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A view of the living room and soaring ceilings.
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Not only is the current owner including Clapton's 14-minute guitar recording in the sale, but he is also offering to donate part of the proceeds to the relief efforts in Japan. If the home is sold for more than $2.5 million, then Meadows will give the additional amount to charity!
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A view of the 600-square-foot roof deck.
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