Rocker, actor and activist Henry Rollins has put his Craftsman-style Hollywood Hills house (above) on the market for $1.15 million, Big Time Listings reports. The 2,100-sq.-ft. spread is surprisingly banal considering it's inhabited by the former frontman of seminal punk band Black Flag. Then again, Rollins is almost 50 years old. The three-bed, two-bath house in Nichols Canyon, built in 1947, features an open floor plan with lots of windows looking over the lush .39 acres with a natural year-round spring fed creek. Other features include two brick fireplaces, a large brick patio, vaulted wooden-beamed ceilings and skylights. Rollins purchased the house in 1999 for $740,000, and has apparently already gotten an acceptable offer on it.
Gallery: Henry Rollins in the Hollywood Hills