Spanish rock star Enrique Bunbury lists Topanga home for $4 million – Daily News

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Spanish rocker Enrique Bunbury has put his gated Topanga home of two years on the market at just under $4 million.

That’s almost 7% more than the $3.75 million records show Bunbury and his wife, the visual artist Jose Girl, paid for the 1-acre property in March 2021.

Constructed in 2020, the residence spans 4,420 square feet and boasts four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a detached two-story gym. The gym was built in 2013 and used as a guest house by the builder while working on the plans and permits for the main house.

Picture windows and sliding glass doors abound in the 3,670-square-foot main house, framing panoramic views of Downtown Los Angeles to Catalina Island.

White oak floors, marble-clad bathrooms and double-height ceilings add to the luxurious touches.

The kitchen comes with top-of-the-line appliances.

A two-sided fireplace warms the inside and outside living rooms.

There’s an additional 1,700 square feet of decks for taking in the views.

The grounds feature waterwise landscaping and fruit trees, with room for a future pool.

The primary suite occupies the top level of the house and has a wraparound deck, a sitting area, two walk-in closets and a spacious bathroom.

Two bedrooms, each with an attached bathroom, sit below it.

The main house also boasts an attached, air-conditioned four-car garage and 2,000 square feet under the house with a high ceiling and glass walls that “awaits transformation to elegant living space,” the listing reads.

Down the driveway is the gym Bunbury and his wife used as a music and art studio, according to mother and son listing agents Adrian and Jordan Wright of Compass, although they didn’t name the sellers.

Bunbury, 56, got his start as the larger-than-life dynamic frontman of the seminal 1980s Spanish rock band Héroes del Silencio. The band recorded four albums and toured from 1984 to 1996. A decade later, the members reunited for a 10-date stadium tour captured in the double-disc/DVD collection “Tour 2007.”

The 2021 documentary “Heroes: Silence and Rock & Roll,” streaming on Netflix, explores their rise and legend.

Since Heroes, Bunbury has gained success as a solo artist. He has delivered 11 studio albums, eight live albums, and sold-out tours worldwide. In 2018, his album “Expectativas” won a Latin Grammy for Best Rock Album.

Bunbury had planned to retire from music in 2022 due to health issues. Still, the artist born Enrique Ortiz de Landázuri Izarduy in Zaragoza, Spain, returned this year with “Greta Garbo.” He intends to promote the album with a world tour, including a stop at the Kia Forum in Inglewood on June 15, 2024.

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