Former Red Hot Chili Pepper guitarist John Frusciante had two stints with the rock band from 1988 to 1992 and finally from 1998 to 2009. Studio albums “Mother’s Milk” (1989), “Blood Sugar Sex Magik,” (1991), “Californication” (1999), “By The Way” (2002) and “Stadium Arcadium” (2006).
As a solo artist, John Frusciante released 11 solo albums and five EPs from 1994 to 2017. His records incorporated a wide range of musical genres including experimental rock, electronica, ambient music and new wave.
He also recorded and/or produced with a number of other artists such as Mars Volta, Josh Klinghoffer, Joe Lally, Omar Rodríguez-López, Duran Duran, Wu Tang, Swahili Blonde, Black Knights, the Bicycle Thief, Glenn Hughes, Ziggy Marley, Johnny Cash, George Clinton and Johnny Marr.
About John Frusciante’s House
John Frusciante’s Venice Canals home, known as Casa Di Gennaio, is a charming cottage bungalow canal-front located just a walking distance from the neighborhood’s main attractions.
The 2,052 square feet property with two bedrooms and three bathrooms is quaint and nostalgic. Like a time capsule, Casa Di Gennaio contains the architectural history of Venice and was originally built in the mid-1920s. John Frusciante lived in this cottage house for nearly a decade when he purchased it for $1.89 million in 2009.
What to Love about the House
Old-school charms: The nostalgic pretty house has a bay window seat with a view that never gets old. Casa Di Gennaio also charms with stained-glass Craftsman style windows, wood beam ceilings and white-walled living space.
Primary bedroom: The primary suite has a sitting area by the sun-drenched windows, a cozy fireplace and has a private balcony.
Perfect location: With a charming cottage like Casa Di Gennaio, who’ll ever get bored? Not to mention it’s only walking distance to Venice’s tourist spots. Even drummer Chad Smith, another Red Hot Chili Pepper member, lived just a 6-minute drive away.
Check out the full photo gallery below of John Frusciante’s home.
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Map of Neighborhood
Here’s a map of Venice Canals, Los Angeles: