DJ NGHTMRE lists zen Culver City pad with two ADUs on the property

Georgie Mihaila
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Property photo courtesy of The Agency, insert FROZYO!, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

LA-based DJ, avid snowboarder, and TV personality Tyler Marenyi — better known by his stage name, DJ NGHTMRE — is branching out.

Turns out that the Raleigh, North Carolina native, who released his album, Drmvrse last year and is currently busy touring the country as part of his The Great Sonic Wars Tour, also dabbles in real estate.

He just listed a newly built home in Culver City, California, one that comes with a main residence and not one, but two ADUs (accessory dwelling units) — which can be rented out and generate income for the future owners — as well as a lovely zen garden.

Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

Since the property has just been completed and is listed as a new construction, it’s safe to assume it was never meant to serve as DJ NGHTMRE’s house.

Rather, it seems like Tyler Marenyi is diversifying his income streams, and investing the money he makes from headlining music festivals around the world into real estate — and making a profit in the process.

Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

Listed for just over $3 million with Gina Michelle, Margaret Sievers, and George Ouzounian of The Agency, the property has a total of 7 bedrooms and 6 baths (totaling 3,417 sq. ft.) spread across the three structures on the lot.

The main house, a bright, light-filled single-story structure stands out with its clean lines and modern design.

With three bedrooms and two baths, it features high vaulted ceilings and custom light fixtures, creating a spacious and inviting ambiance.

Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

The master bedroom, a serene retreat, boasts a large walk-in closet and elegant French doors that lead to a private outdoor sanctuary.

Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

Complementing the main residence is a two-story Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), complete with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. This additional unit is not just a space for guests; it’s an epitome of sustainable living, equipped with solar panels.

Set at the back of the property, the two-story ADU is a full-fledged residence in itself, one that can house family members or that can be rented out for additional income.

Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

Moreover, a Junior ADU adds further versatility to this unique property. You can see all the structures in the image below.

Photo: Todd Goodman with LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

The outdoor area of this property is where the zen-like design truly comes to life.

A meticulously crafted zen garden, complete with lush greenery and a mature avocado tree, offers a slice of paradise in the heart of the city. The advanced dual-control irrigation system ensures that this garden oasis remains vibrant with minimal effort, marrying beauty with practicality.

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*Featured image credit: property photo courtesy of The Agency, NGHTMRE insert courtesy of FROZYO!, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded FancyPantsHomes.com