It appears the home that Motley Crue built was not as easy to move as Tommy Lee may have presumed. The drummer not only relisted his Calabasas property last fall after an early 2022 listing proved unsuccessful, but now Lee has taken a loss on the sale.
Records show the six bedroom home has finally exchanged hands for $3,650,000—a ways off from the $4,599,000 Lee was asking. What’s worse is the fact that Lee bought the property back in 2007 for $5.85 million.
Billed as “the best value in Calabasas,” per marketing materials, the nearly 10,000 square foot home is set atop a hillside. A lush central atrium with natural tropic opens to the sky with a retractable roof, illuminating natural light throughout. Gathering spaces include the entertainers living and dining room, and a spacious office/library with a private terrace.
The main-level primary suite features large glass doors that open to the outdoor space with a private pool and spa overlooking the city views. The lower level offers a professional recording studio skillfully engineered with isolation booths and a control room. Adjacent is a home screening room and personal concession bar as well as lower level dining and wine tasting quarters.
Emil Hartoonian of The Agency repped Lee and the unnamed buyer in the deal.