A Rob Zombie house, that is. I just learned that rock star turned horror director Rob Zombie is selling his ridiculously picturesque home in Connecticut. I visited his estate in 2009 (from the street, of course) and was a little disappointed that it wasn’t more imposing. I don’t know what I expected… Maybe some skeletons or pentagrams. Or at least lots of black. Instead I found a gorgeous house set in the idyllic Connecticut countryside and even though it was October, there wasn’t a Halloween decoration to be seen. Come on Rob, throw me a bone.
Turns out Rob Zombie (aka Robert Bartleh Cummings) is pretty normal after all, and a bit of a killjoy. Aside from nearly destroying the Michael Myers mythos, he’s also the kind of guy who complains about teenage hooligans making too much noise at the local skate park. I know, mind = blown.
Rob is looking for a more quiet homestead and one that presumably isn’t as easy to locate as his CT abode so if you have a spare two million dollars burning a hole in your pocket, feel free to make an offer. Some highlights of the house: Over 22 acres, 3 car garage, hardwood floors and a security system (just in case the fans get too close). It was also built in 1757. That’s not a typo. Rob Zombie’s house is older than America!
No word on whether Rob’s furniture or Sherri Moon Zombie is included is in the sale but the house is very close to Transylvania Avenue so there are sure to be some otherworldly shenanigans involved.