When you think of Moby, you probably don’t think of real estate “baller”, but that is what it turns out he might just be. Review Moby’s real estate transactions over the past 10 years and you will find that Moby has done incredibly well in the “buy low, sell high” department.
Moby, an L.A. architecture blogger once known for his transcendent club hits, has sold one of the city’s most iconic homes for a $6M profit. The Wolf’s Lair, a replica of aNorman castle built in 1927 for a Hollywoodland developer and art director Milton Wolf, was acquired along with its Lautner-designed guest house by an “anonymous corporate concern” for $12.4M. [Curbed LA]
Via:: Curbed National