Agoura Hills, CA (March 9, 2018)—When country legend Glen Campbell died last summer, he left behind a legacy of more than 70 albums across five decades and sales of more than 45 million records. As it happens, he also left behind a home/recording studio in Agoura Hills, CA that his family has put on the market for $960,000.
The three-bedroom, three-bath house, 15 minutes outside of Malibu, was purchased in 2006, and was soon outfitted with a custom studio created out of its three-car garage. The facility, dubbed Agoura Borealis Recording Studio, was designed and built by Capitol Records’ vice president, general manager and chief engineer, Arthur Kelm.
The sizable space sports a live tracking room, large control room with separate iso/amp room, and small vocal booth. Additionally, the studio’s floors have been floated and the facility has been duly sound proofed to prevent having irritable neighbors. According to Realtor.com, music for the 2014 documentary on Campbell, I’ll Be Me, was recorded and mixed at the facility.
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The 1,938-square-foot home has an in-ground pool and its interior was decorated by Campbell’s wife, Kim, who studied interior design at UCLA. While the CAmpbells moved to Nashville four years ago to be closer to their daughters, their son Cal ran Agoura Borealis, but he, too, is now moving to Nashville and the family has opted to sell the property.