Rocker has a slight change in tune

Los Angeles Times - - HOT PROPERTY -

In a bid to drum up in­ter­est from po­ten­tial buy­ers, Tommy

Lee of Motley Crue fame has tuned the ask­ing price for his home in a guard-gated Cal­abasas com­mu­nity to $4.995 mil­lion, or about $500 per square foot.

Built in 1987, the ex­otic-vibe three-story is amped up with a range of rock-star ameni­ties: a full-blown record­ing stu­dio, a movie the­ater, an in­door spa, two kitchens, a cen­tral atrium with cas­cad­ing wa­ter­falls and a re­tractable glass roof.

The nearly 10,000 square feet of liv­ing space also has for­mal liv­ing and din­ing rooms, a li­brary/of­fice and a wine room. A wet bar and lounge area sit off the atrium. The black-hued master suite has a mas­sive walk-in closet for a to­tal of five bed­rooms and 5½ bath­rooms.

Out­doors, the land­scaped grounds cen­ter on a pi­ano-shaped swim­ming pool with a spa and wa­ter­fall fea­ture. A pair of pa­tios, out­door fire­places and cus­tom torch light­ing fill out the set­ting.

Views from the more than quar­ter-acre site take in the val­ley and city lights.

Jor­dan Co­hen of RE/MAX Ol­son & As­so­ciates holds the list­ing.

Lee, 54, is a found­ing mem­ber of Motley Crue and the rock band Meth­ods of May­hem. More re­cently, the drummer-song­writer has col­lab­o­rated with artists such as the Bloody Beet­roots, Court­ney Love and the Smash­ing Pump­kins.

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