Eddie Van Halen’s House and 5150 Studio

Aerial view of Eddie Van Halen's house and 5150 studio.

Aerial view of Eddie Van Halen’s house and 5150 studio.

Coldwater Canyon Ave., Studio City, CA

This 2.39 acre property is home to the world’s greatest guitarist and has been the home of his 5150 recording studio since 1983. The 9,578 square foot home was originally shared by Van Halen and his ex-wife actress Valerie Bertinelli. The detached studio is where every Van Halen record from 1984 to 2004’s Best of Both Worlds have been recorded.

Required Listening:

  1. Jump
  2. Best Of Both Worlds
  3. When It’s Love
  4. Top Of The World
  5. Panama
Eddie Van Halen's home and 5150 Studio off of Coldwater Canyon in Studio City, CA.

Eddie Van Halen’s home and 5150 Studio (left) off of Coldwater Canyon in Studio City, CA.

 

Eddie Van Halen's 5150 recording studio.

Eddie Van Halen’s 5150 recording studio.

 

In 2007, the rocker returned home from a tour to find his backyard and pool flooded with mud and debris when a water main broke and created the mudslide.

Firemen surveying the damage to Eddie Van Halen's pool from a mudslide.

Firemen survey the damage to Eddie Van Halen’s pool from a mudslide in 2007.

 

The mudslide that damaged Eddie Van Halen's pool at his house in Studio City, CA.

The mudslide that damaged Eddie Van Halen’s pool at his house in Studio City, CA.