Tommy Lee Buys $4.1m ‘Sanctuary’ In California

Tommy Lee Buys $4.1m ‘Sanctuary’ In California | Society Of Rock Videos

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Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee has just dropped $4.1 million for a Japanese-inspired modern estate in Brentwood, California. Sitting on a 4,266-square-foot property, it has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, and has wraparound glass and artisan woodwork. Other features include a waterfall-fed pool, barbecue island, fire pit, koi pond, garden courtyard, Japanese teahouse, skylights, and a greenhouse-style garden room.

It’s a home fit for rock ‘n roll royalty. And aside from its amazing features, the property also boasts spectacular canyon views.

Lee’s other house in Calabasas which he owned since 2007, is on the market for $4.6 million. Though he’s moving into a smaller space, he’s definitely traded up for style.

He still has a few weeks to relax and unwind in his new crib before he embarks with the rest of his Mötley Crüe bandmates on their highly anticipated massive stadium tour which has been moved because of the coronavirus pandemic. Along with Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett, the trek is slated to kick off on June 19 and will run through September 12.

Though the global health crisis is not yet over, the concert and touring industry are slowly reopening with several artists already announcing their 2021 shows.

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