Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee is still looking to drum up a sale of his rockin’ crib in Calabasas, CA. It can be yours for $4.59 million.
That’s slightly less than two years ago, when the home was priced at $4.65 million. At the current ask, the home is over 20% less than the $5.85 million the drummer paid for the place back in 2007.
Built in 1987, the musician’s home has been on and off the market since 2016, when Lee first offered the melodious mansion for $6 million. The sprawling spread contains some amazing amenities, which will eventually strike the right chord with a buyer.
And Lee’s made some improvements to the place, including an entirely new roof, as well as updated master spa finishes, notes Emil Hartoonian of The Agency, the listing agent.
“This is a very unique offering in Calabasas,” says Hartoonian. “The home was built and owned by the developer for all of Vista Point in Calabasas. Since it was built as a developer’s personal residence, the quality is unparalleled and is on one of the best lots in the community.”
Hartoonian also highlighted an area of the home that he’s particularly enamored with.
“The retractable roof atrium in the middle of the home is a spectacular tropical escape,” he says.
The home measures almost 10,000 square feet, with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The layout flows around a three-story atrium with lush plantings, a koi pond, and a retractable, open-air roof, allowing natural light to illuminate the interiors. Set atop a hillside, the property also offers views of the city’s lights.
Other amenities include a chef’s kitchen with center island and granite counters, a living and dining room, and a library or office with a terrace.
The lavish main-level master suite features glass doors that open to the pool, as well as a large, walk-in closet, and a master spa.
On the lower level, the home hits another high note. The space owned by a rock god, naturally, includes a professional recording studio with isolation booths and a control room.
The home screening room, which features a concession bar, is sure to delight, and it also has a dining and wine-tasting area.
To complete the compound, the garage has space for parking and ample storage. This time around, someone will want to make it their “Home Sweet Home.”
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