For just more than $1 million, you could live like The Polyphonic Spree singer Tim DeLaughter, according to a real estate listing.
The 3,266-square-foot home at 7128 Wildgrove Ave. in Lakewood was inspired by the free-spirited frontman. It has two structures of different heights connected by iron catwalks and stairways. Built in 2006, the exterior is made of brick, hardwood and iron, while the interior exudes a retro vibe with large windows.
The home boasts four bedrooms, in addition to a stand-alone, second-story studio. The compound has four full baths, and one partial bath. It sits on .18 acres within walking distance of White Rock Lake.
It’s listed for $1,195,300.
DeLaughter founded the choral pop band The Polyphonic Spree in 2000. The band, which has about two dozen members, has attracted fans like David Bowie with its blend of pop, rock and symphony.
The home is represented by Giordano, Wegman, Walsh and Associates, an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate in Dallas.
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