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Photos: Trent Reznor's Stunning Hillside Home For Sale

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When we tried to imagine what Trent Reznor's home would look like, we didn't quite think it would be like this. He just listed his house on the market for $4.495 million—and instead of having a dark, industrial rock vibe, it's a bright, sleek and airy Midcentury Modern-style home with an infinity pool.

Over the years, the Nine Inch Nails frontman has created the moody scores for films like Gone Girl and The Social Network. So, we get the fancy digs based on his recent work.

L.A. Times reports that Reznor's house was built in 1966 and sits on nearly half an acre of land. While the listing says the home is in Beverly Hills, it doesn't look like it's quite in the city limits. According to the Times, the home is in Beverly Crest. Reznor bought the house back in 2007.

It's a 4,317-square-foot, two-story home with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. And each picture of his pad looks as if it's coming straight out of an interior design magazine.

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We need to point out that his grassy backyard is gorgeous and he has an infinity pool that overlooks the trees and the canyon. There's a fire pit back there as well. His dining room has floor-to-ceiling glass French doors that open up to the back patio. And another highlight of the place is that there's an elegant and modern bathtub that sits on a raised platform in one of the bathrooms.

For any musicians who'd like to purchase this stellar home, the garage has been converted into a sound-proof music studio. The listing says there's even a backup generator because...why not?