Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz Buys $5.5 Million Estate

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz plunked down $5.5 million for an estate in the Summit, a gated community tucked away in the mountains above Beverly Hills. Wentz, his longtime girlfriend Meagan Camper and their two children will move into the "Mediterranean-style" property, 5,622-square-foot structure boasting six bedrooms.

The property features a three-car garage, a step-down formal living room with a large fireplace, an eat-in, upgraded kitchen, a large family room and a gym. The backyard boasts a pool/spa combo, formal gardens, a large lawn, poolside cabana and full outdoor kitchen.

Wentz's neighbors will include Serena Williams, Gwen Stefani, Hilary Duff, Linkin Park’s Brad Delson and music manager Dre London.

Wentz told us a while back that he still feels like a regular person despite Fall Out Boy's success: "I am one of the most ordinary people, like, anyone will ever meet. And like, maybe I'm weird and, like, quirky, but not in a way that's interesting to photograph at all. You know, like, I spend 99 percent of my life reading and watching DVDs and hanging out in my backyard with my dog, you know, and the one percent where I'll, you know, I go into a club or I do whatever it is, like, is what people focus on. But honestly, it's like, I'm not that interesting of a person."

​Fall Out Boy's last album, Mania, came out in January 2018 and was followed by an EP called Lake Effect Kid later that year. The band is currently on a break.