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» About : She reached a property settlement with her ex-husband Isaiah Silva last month six months after their divorce was finalized.And now Frances Bean Cobain has put her Spanish Colonial Hollywood Hills home up for sale, Variety reported Monday.The daughter of the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, 25, is seeking $2.695 million for the four-bedroom residence she purchased in 2011.Frances bought the home on a winding street above Hollywood Boulevard for $1.825 million after she inherited 37% of her late father’s estate.According to reports citing documents filed in connection to her late divorce from Silva, she has an income of more than $100,000 a month. Share this article Share In addition to the master suite and three guest bedrooms, the property built in 1930 offers three-and-a-half bathrooms.It has 3,357-square-feet of living space over two storys and includes a tree-shaded backyard and a garage converted into a studio-cum-screening room. The house still has some of its original features such as colorful tiles, hand-forged iron work and stained and leaded glass windows.A heavy wood door opens into a vestibule with terracotta floor tile and vintage light fixture.The bedrooms and living areas have hardwood floors while the bathrooms are tiled. The sitting room has a vaulted exposed wood ceiling with hand-stenciled beams and a fireplace with antique carved stone mantel and tile-accented hearth.The kitchen features white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances along with a walk-in pantry. A small den and dining room adjacent to the kitchen. A small study and en suite guest bedroom are located on the ground floor while two more guest bedrooms, linked by a Jack ‘n’ Jill bathroom, occupy the upper floor as does the master bedroom and bath. The master suite offers a private balcony and the property is completely hidden from the street by a high hedge. The listing is being handled by Billy Rose at The Agency.