Calabasas, CA (June 11, 2018)—Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee has put his Calabasas, CA house—and considerable home studio—on the market for $4,650,000. The six-bedroom, two-bathroom home (sweet home) includes the underground recording studio, which was converted out of a 13-car garage.
The not-so-humble abode inside guard-gated Vista Point sports an indoor atrium with waterfall and retractable roof, full gym, piano-shaped pool and massive backyard view.
Built in 1987, the 9,991-square-foot house sports central air, movie theater, a living area koi pond and stone spa.
The house first hit the market in April, 2016 at $5,995,000, and has been taken off and put back on a few times, now reduced to its current level.
Tommy Lee, 55, was a founding member of now defunct metal band Mötley Crüe, in addition to his own band, Methods of Mayhem. Over the course of 30-plus years, Mötley Crüe sold more than 100 million albums, and closed out its career with a farewell tour that culminated with a final show at Staples Center in Los Angeles, on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2015. Lee has occasionally worked as a producer not only for his own releases but also The Electric Love Hogs and others.