Frank Zappa's Last Home

Please Do Not Disturb Current Occupants!

Frank Vincent Zappa was born on December 21, 1940 and died at his home here on December 4, 1993. Frank was a musician, songwriter, composer, record producer, actor and filmmaker. In a career spanning more than 30 years, Frank produced more than sixty albums.

He moved to this more secluded area in 1968 as his previous home started to become overrun by fans and others.

This Estate is located on a secluded drive in the Hollywood Hills. The property includes a rooftop tennis court, backyard swimming pool, guest cottage, beautiful mosaic art amidst the landscaping, and the space that was once the infamous Utility Muffin Research Kitchen, where musicians including Frank have recorded since the 1980s. Beneath the house is a storage chamber that, during the Zappas’ ownership of the home, was known as ‘The Vault,’ where he kept his private archives under lock and key.

Frank died on December 4, 1993 and is buried at the Westwood Memorial Park in Los Angeles.

Private Residence
7885 Woodrow Wilson Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90046