Jakob Dylan, the spitting image son of Bob Dylan and lead singer of The Wallflowers, has found a buyer for his 5,065-square-foot home in Los Angeles' Brentwood area, which has been on the market since last Halloween. The seven-bedroom, eight-bath home, which he purchased for $3.180 million in 2000, was originally listed at $11 million, but has been reduced to just under $9 million. It was built in 1936 and is a stunning example of Spanish style architecture, with a sprawling family room, original tile, original woodwork, and seven unique custom fireplaces. But, of course, Dylan has put his own rockstar spin on it, turning one of its two guest houses (yes, two) into a recording studio. Life is tough. Come along on the full tour.