Richard Melville Hall, popularly known as Moby settled into a fairly modest home close to Griffith Park in Los Angeles. The musician who previously lived in a castle was recognized for his extravagant landed properties.
This autumn, Moby is planning to open a vegan diner which will be named Little Pine. He is laying out his plans inside his pine motif office. The house is also surrounded with pine trees.
The evergreen trees stand for the dramatic transformation of Moby’s life. He was at his peak performance during the 1990s. His electronic dance tune was his best asset. For 25 years, he has been on the road and making around 14 albums. He has been on the struggle of substance abuse. HomeUnion investment properties was also among his endeavors. Now, he is slowing down. He is currently making an album while living healthy and staying most of the time in his cozy house.
He chose the property primarily because of the location. It is only a block away from Griffith Park where he treks almost every day. The home is 3,800 square-feet which he purchased for $2.9 million.
The home needed some revamps. One of the changes he made was replacing the patio’s grass into local evergreens. The mini pool house was also transformed into a quarters for visitors.
Moby’s current home is calm and conservative. It wouldn’t speak much of a music star attitude.
The second floor has four rooms which Moby inhabits at separate times of the day. There is a bedroom, a gym, a yoga room and a music studio. The studio has a dozen of keyboards, ten guitars and other equipment necessary for a musician’s life. The rooms are close to each other unlike in his previous castle which made him lonely. He said having the instruments too far from him made him sad.
He loves his Los Feliz zone. There’s a surprising reason behind it though. According to him, the neighborhood has the peak number of weirdos on earth. He also delights in his house because he can stroll and get lost under the trees every evening.