Gene Simmons is switching up his property portfolio, swapping his Las Vegas mansion for a luxe Beverly Hills oasis.
The KISS rocker purchased his new digs for $10.5 million — and it was certainly worth every penny. The modern estate was designed by award-winning Swiss architect Roger Kurath of Design 21, and offers magnificent city and canyon views.
It looks like Simmons couldn't stay away from the sunny state for long, as he previously revealed he was fed up with paying high taxes in California, so he picked up and moved to Las Vegas. However, Sin City proved to be too hot to handle, leading him to put the property back on the market with an asking price of $14.95 million — almost twice what he paid for it.
Scroll through to see photos of the rocker's new pad.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom modern oasis spans 7,741-square feet and is partially solar powered with roof panels to heat the swimming pool and heated floors.
The formal living room is any discerning buyer's dream, as it offers a wall of glass, allowing natural light to seep into the estate.
The expansive kitchen is complimented by the radiant heated concrete floors.
Simmons and guests will be greeted by exceptional views from almost every room in the house.
There are roughly 1,800-square-feet of decks and terraces that include seating, a huge loggia and fire pit that is set against a geometric filagree screening, Dirt reported.
The contemporary showstopper is perfect for entertaining.
The estate offers the utmost privacy and seclusion, as the home is tucked away and surrounded by greenery.
A primary suite with a glass shower is not something you see everyday — not to mention the canyon views from the free-standing tub.
The exquisite bathroom is an absolute oasis.
Waking up to views of the perfectly landscaped property and canyon is the ideal way to start one's day.
Whether Simmons is throwing a larger-than life celebration or soaking up the sun on his own, it's safe to say the backyard — with a 40-ft. infinity pool and jacuzzi — is the ultimate sweet escape.