Launch Radio Networks is reporting that NINE INCH NAILS mastermind Trent Reznor has sold the New Orleans mansion that he lived in for 10 years for $1.8 million, according to the Associated Press. Reznor put the Garden District house up for sale last September and moved to Los Angeles after a contentious split with longtime friend and manager John Malm, with whom he co-founded Nothing Records. Reznor has also parted ways with the label amidst a storm of lawsuits between himself and Malm. Their cases are pending in federal court.
The house, located at 2425 Coliseum Street, was visited by over 100 potential buyers, although the realtor began screening them to weed out fans looking for a glimpse inside Reznor's home.
The four-bedroom house, originally built in 1850, covered 4,900 square feet and also featured three-and-a-half baths, an outdoor pool and sound system, a two-car garage and numerous renovations. The interior decor was described as "Gothic/Victorian."
Although the final price was less than the $1.975 million Reznor was originally seeking, he still reportedly made $500,000 on the sale. The buyer was a "high-profile" resident of New Orleans whose name was not revealed.
The new NINE INCH NAILS album, "With Teeth", arrives in stores on May 3.
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