A rock star’s former mansion is up for grabs in Brentwood, the place the longtime residence of Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham has listed for $32 million.

Buckingham owned the house from 2004 till final yr, when he offered it to former WeWork government Michael Gross. Gross shelled out $28 million for the ten,000-square-foot spot shortly earlier than the corporate’s failed IPO, and he exited the corporate quickly after.

He gave the place a dramatic makeover throughout his keep, choosing a extra subdued really feel with clear shades of white and grey. Tile within the kitchen was changed with marble, and the storage was reworked into an elegant work-from-home area.

Set on over an acre, the compound features a primary home, guesthouse, recording studio and gymnasium. Exterior, there’s a swimming pool, tennis courtroom, motor courtroom and ivy-covered pavilion.

Formal in type, the two-story flooring plan boasts a rotunda entry with a sweeping staircase, a front room with whitewashed beams and a eating room with herringbone flooring. Elsewhere are seven bedrooms and 11 bogs, together with a number of visitor suites with rope swings suspended from the ceiling.

Grassy lawns, mature landscaping and nooks similar to a flagstone patio and trellis-topped lounge full the property.

David Supply of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties and Daniel Brown of Compass maintain the itemizing.

A California native, Buckingham joined Fleetwood Mac in 1975 with Stevie Nicks and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame as a member of the group in 1998. Among the best-selling bands of all-time, their hits embrace “Go Your Personal Means” and “By no means Going Again Once more,” each written by Buckingham, plus “Landslide,” “Desires” and “The Chain.”

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