Tommy Lee Lists His Striking and Zen Custom Mansion in Calabasas

As a founding member and the drummer of heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, there’s no question that Tommy Lee knows how to be bold. His newly listed Calabasas home proves that point further with its striking architectural style, including a mix of modern, artistic, and Asian influences. The almost 10,000-square-foot home screams rockstar and is now up for grabs seeking $4.599 million.

Like many luxurious celebrity mansions, this California compound is beautifully landscaped outside, so it’s the interior atrium that truly sets this stunner apart. With a fully retractable roof, the lush area adds a tropical and natural element to the heart of the home. The custom residence is full of materials that enhance tranquility and give each space personality. Though the bamboo-esque ceilings, indoor plants, and small pond create a forest-like feel, sweeping city views remind that the property is in the midst of glamorous Los Angeles.

Fun and functionality go hand in hand when it comes to amenities, especially for a musician. On the lower level, there’s a professional recording studio with an adjacent home theater and concessions bar. A dining and wine tasting area is also closeby.

Though it may be difficult to imagine the hardcore rockers of the Mötley Crüe enjoying a pool party, they may have done just that since Lee’s pool and patios offer an idyllic oasis for post-recording relaxation.

Both rockin’ and refined, the mansion is listed with Emil Hartoonian and Nicholas Siegfried of The Agency