ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill’s House Goes On Sale For $4M
Dusty Hill, who left an indelible mark with his distinctive beard and on-stage style as a bassist for ZZ Top, passed away in 2021, leaving behind a unique home in College Station, Texas.
Now available for purchase at a reduced price of $3,995,000 (originally listed at $4.5 million), the 5,800-square-foot house belonged to Hill and his wife, Charleen McCrory Hill.
The house is described as offering stunning views of 78 acres of untouched wilderness and a serene, fully stocked lake visible from every room. With expansive floor-to-ceiling glass windows, the house allows for panoramic views of the beautiful Texas countryside, while moveable dividers enhance the sense of openness within.
The outdoor area is a retreat in itself, featuring a pool and a spacious seating section surrounded by fire pits, as reported by Mansion Global. The gated property’s front boasts a large lawn adorned with spinning metal sculptures, while the rear offers scenic walking paths along the water.
Situated approximately 110 miles east of Austin and less than 100 miles north of Houston, College Station provides a tranquil setting, with the Brazos River winding through the area just outside the home’s windows.
Discover the charm of Dusty Hill’s unique glass house through these images, showcasing not just a residence but a piece of the late musician’s distinctive style and connection to the natural beauty that surrounds it.