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Tommy Lee's Calabasas Mansion Gets Generous Sale Price Cut


Tommy Lee, Mötley Crüe drummer and founder, has recently trimmed down, once again, the asking price of his unique Calabasas mansion. The luxurious single-family home has been on the market since 2016 with a selling price of $5.995M and got lowered to $4.65M a couple of years ago.

The Stucco-style residence was built-in 1987 featuring six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The over 9,900 sqft mansion is set on a 0.28-acre lot that includes a driveway, a large patio, and a piano-shaped pool. 

The three-story mansion emphasizes space, timber, and interior landscaping, including as well, Asian inspired designs with a koi pond and a water feature. Lee restored the property with a new roof and updated the finishes on the master's spa.

The famous drummer's property includes a chef's kitchen which is spacious and modern, including stainless steel appliances and granite counters. The main master suite located in the main level opens to the beautiful outdoor space and pool throughout large glass doors, besides, it has a massive walk-in closet, designed for his and her comfort, adjected to the incredible master spa. 

One of the most unique features the home has to offer is the professional music studio, the home theater, a spacious home office/library with a private terrace, and an astonishing bar to enjoy with family and friends.

At the moment the asking price for this one of a kind Calabasas residence is $4.59M, more than $1.25M less than what Lee paid for back in 2007.

See the gorgeous interiors and details here!