Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee's home up for sale for the third time

News 13/05/2020

Drummer Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe has just put his Californian home on sale once again.

Built in 1987 in Calabasas, the house sits on top of a hill with beautiful cityscape views. The 928 square-meter home was listed on sale once again - this time for the price of NZD 7.5 million.

Lee bought the exotic three-story home for NZD 6.32m in 2007. He then listed the property for sale in 2016 with an asking price of NZD 6.38m and again in 2018 for NZD 7.5m.

The multi-level atrium house features six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The lush central atrium with a koi pond, palms and foliage include a retractable roof that allows sunlight and fresh air to drift through the rooms. The kitchen boasts a spacious chef's kitchen with a center island, stainless steel appliances and granite counters.

All main rooms open to the dramatic atrium and are scaled for entertaining. The master suite is on the main level and opens to the outdoor pool and spa terrace overlooking the city. The large walk-in closet will have ample of space for both his and hers adjacent to the master spa.

The lower level of the house has been converted into a large professional recording studio with isolation booths and a control room. Adjacent to this is a screening room with a concession stand and a wine-tasting and dining room are also housed on the lower level.

The single family detached home also features lower level garage parking and ample storage space.

Watch the video below for a virtual tour!