After years of trying to offload his funky rocker mansion outside of Los Angeles, Tommy Lee has finally sold the place.
The Mötley Crüe drummer has been listing his home sporadically since 2016, for as much as $6 million. But in the end, the six-bedroom, eight-bath, nearly 10,000-square-foot dwelling went for much less—$3,650,000.
Unfortunately, Lee sold it at a loss, as he purchased the Calabasas, CA, property in 2007 for $5,850,000. And he likely sunk in thousands more to achieve the pad’s wild, rock-star design. Take a look!
This tropical paradise is set high on a hill and takes full advantage of the property’s city views. It’s also a showcase for nature, thanks to an atrium that opens to fresh air and sunshine, via a retractable rooftop. In fact, you can glimpse palm trees, a koi pond, and other verdant plantings right from the couch.
The living spaces include a great room, dining area, and office, while the kitchen offers stainless appliances, a large island, and granite counters. The main bedroom has glass doors that access the pool and quiet outdoor space. Walk-in closets and a primary, spalike bath round out the suite.
As befits a musician of Lee’s caliber, the lower level has its own sound booth, control room, and recording studio. And the dwelling also has a home theater with a concession bar and wine-tasting room.
Sadly, for Crüe fans, the legendary band broke up in 2015. But Lee continues to play, having released a third solo album in 2020.
And his private life has been dissected of late—his marriage to a model-actress Pamela Anderson was made into 2022 Hulu miniseries, “Pam & Tommy.”
Randy While contributed to this report.