Take A Tour Inside Joe Perry’s Insane $4.1m Mansion
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry have recently accepted a $4.1 million bid for his seven acre estate in Duxbury, Mass., dubbed as the Brook Haven Farm. The property was originally listed for $4.5 million last year.
The mansion was built in the 1970s and the 71-year-old rocker reportedly acquired the mansion back in 1988. Since then, he has expanded it and added other features. Now, the Brook Haven Farm has a rooftop garden, double entrance gates, private gym, detached barn and a swimming pool in the shape of a guitar.
The official listing wrote, “‘Walk This Way’ into paradise to this magnificent 14 room, seven acre country estate.” The features were described as “soaring ceilings, three fireplaces, exposed wood beams, custom woodwork, a luxurious first floor primary suite and fine updated appointments.”
It also has a “casual yet elegant” living room that is connected to a private and high tech media room. While the kitchen has “quartz counters and white painted cabinetry are a stunning balance to the adjoining brick floored tearoom.” There’s also a Perry-themed billiards room to entertain guests and a second-floor family room.
But the most special fact about the house for an Aerosmith fan is Perry’s Boneyard studio. It’s the same place where the band recorded their 2001 album Just Push Play and 2004’s Honkin’ on Bobo. The lyrics for such classic hits as ”Cryin’,” ”Fever” and ”Livin’ on the Edge” were also written in this house. Plus, Perry recorded three of his solo albums in the studio.
Meanwhile, Aerosmith is set to launch their Las Vegas concert residency this summer. Although, as the Steven Tyler revealed last month, drummer Joey Kramer won’t be joining them.
Take a look at the house below.