Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ bassist and founding member Flea recently purchased a 1,850-square-foot, tropical theme house for $7.5 million in the exclusive Malibu Colony gated community in California, according to an article on a celebrity real estate website.

As you may know, Flea often makes investments for real estate, especially in California since the Australian-born bassist has lived in the Los Angeles area for the majority of his life. Most of the houses he buys and sells are huge mansions worth millions of dollars.

Earlier in August, a Los Angeles area home previously owned by Flea was sold for $3.45 million. Flea purchased the house back in 2014 for $2.47 million and managed to sell it four years later for $3.21 million. Apparently, the talented guitarist makes a great deal of income through real estate.

Most recently, Flea purchased another mansion for $7.5 million located in Malibu Colony in California and the enormous house has been built on 1,850-square-foot, including a three-bedroom cottage.

In addition to its huge rooms and area, the house also has its inspiration from a tropical rainforest both for its exterior and interior design with wood being used for windows and huge fireplaces inside the house.

Here is how the property was described by Hilton & Hyland:

“Located inside the exclusive guard-gated community of Malibu Colony. A majestic tropical forest provides tranquility and privacy to this warm and inviting architectural garden home. An indoor/outdoor feel is provided by abundant wood and windows.

The property keeps unfolding to a guest house with rooftop views of the mountains and Malibu Lagoon. This unique hidden oasis is a short distance from the ocean. Truly a masterpiece not to be missed. Includes deeded beach access rights.”

You can see the detailed video of the house and the pictures below.

Photo Credit: Jeffrey Ong/PostRAIN Productions
Photo Credit: Jeffrey Ong/PostRAIN Productions
Photo Credit: Jeffrey Ong/PostRAIN Productions