Famous Drummer Lists Bermuda Colonial-Style Home in Florida

Beating on to a new path, longtime drummer of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and former bandleader on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Max Weinberg lists his Delray Beach abode for $5.25 million. Full of rockin’ design elements and amenities, this Florida home is a snowbird’s dream.

Fresh and updated with newly renovated interiors, it seems like Weinberg will be finding a buyer in no time for his gated Bermuda Colonial-style home. The abode is made up of a generous six bedrooms, five full baths and two powder rooms set across 7,716-square-feet of interior space. With numerous large and open spaces, rooms were created with family and friends visiting in mind. The outdoor spaces have also been thoroughly thought through, making for ideal entertaining areas to enjoy the Florida sunshine.

A unique bonus room only a musician would think of has a custom sound room set with state-of-the-art equipment and acoustic fabric walls. For an aspiring artist or already accomplished star, this feature may be what pushes the home’s greatness over the edge.

Homeowners and guests will also have the luxury of being only a few blocks from Atlantic Avenue with beautiful beach hangout spots on Delray Beach.

The listing is held with Candance Friis and Phil Friis of The Corcoran Group. Mansion Global first reported on Weinberg’s home.