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Max Weinberg Flips Runyon Canyon Home

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Via RealEstalker: Max Weinberg, drummer of the Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and both of Conan O' Brien's Late Night and Tonight Show bands is flipping the Hollywood Hills home that he bought in 2009 for $2,888,000. He and wife Rebecca Weinberg are now selling the modern, glassy home for a cool $3,399,000. RealEstalker dishes about the home's previous owners before the Weinbergs:

The Weinbergs bought the Runyon Canyon adjacent property in February of 2009 from director Stephen Gyllenhaal (Numb3rs, Army Wives and etc.) and screenwriter Naomi Foner (Bee Season, Running on Empty and etc.) who at the time were engaged in a bitter and ugly dee-vorce. Mister Gyllenhaal and Miz Foner are, of course, the parents of Oscar nominated actors Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal.

The original listing details that the three-bedroom home is connected to a two bedroom, one bathroom guesthouse via a "covered breezeway." The 2,916 square foot home sits on an expansive, grassy lawn and has a swimming pool with city views on almost an acre of land. Take Sunset astutely notes that the home is "ideal for enjoying the Sunset Strip nightlife and is adjacent Runyon Canyon Park," and we're loving the fourteen-foot exposed beam ceilings and master bedroom opening to the rest of the home.

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Photos by Jim Simmons via the original listing.

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Filed by Anna Almendrala