Tommy Lee’s Calabasas Home Has an Atrium with a Koi Pond
If you’ve ever wanted to live like a rock star, here’s your chance. Tommy Lee, the Motley Crue musician known for his hard-partying ways and tumultuous romantic life has re-listed his sprawling Calabasas home for just under $4.6 million, realtor.com reports.
Measuring 9,991 square feet, the the six-bed, eight-bath home embodies the Southern California lifestyle. Built in 1987, the property is tucked away on a stunning hillside with views of the bright lights of Los Angeles. There’s a sunken living room, anchored by an oversized fireplace. Both the living and dining rooms are ideal for entertaining, which Tommy surely did plenty of. In the middle of the home, a lush central atrium features a retractable roof that opens up, allowing guests to embrace the spectacular weather of Calabasas. There’s even a koi pond and a spa area, perfect for lounging at home.
A spacious chef’s kitchen is perfect for a busy family, thanks to a large center island, stainless steel appliances, and smooth granite counters. A roomy office/library is perfect for working from home, while its private terrace is the ideal spot to catch some sunshine through the day. On the main level, the master suite embodies tranquility and luxury. An oversized walk-in closet has plenty of storage, while the master bath is a spa-like oasis perfect for lounging in the bathtub after a long day. Large scale glass doors slide open to the stunning outdoor space, complete with an oversized patio that’s perfect for barbecues with friends and family. The massive private swimming pool and spa overlook the city, providing the perfect spot to luxuriate at home.
On the lower level, a professional recording studio featuring isolation booths and a control room. There’s also an adjacent home screening room and personal concession bar, perfect for watching a movie with the family. There’s also dining and wine tasting quarters on the lower level, ensuring you’ll have plenty of guests eager to stop by for a visit.
“This is a very unique offering in Calabasas,” Emil Hartoonian, a realtor with The Agency, told realtor.com. “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.”
Lee purchased the home for $5.85 million back in 2007. He first put it on the market in 2016, and it’s gone on-and-off ever since. (This particular time comes two years after his previous attempt to sell it for $4.6 million.) But at the current asking price, the home is over 20 percent less than what Lee himself paid back in the day. Point being: someone’s poised to grab this rock star pad for a bargain.