Beatles drummer Ringo Starr and his wife, Bond girl Barbara Bach, have put their Snowmass, Colo., ranch on the market at $3.85 million.
The 15-acre horse property, called the Shoot N'Starr Ranch, sits along the Roaring Fork River.
The nearly 3,200-square-foot open-plan main house has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a half-bath. Exposed log and beam ceilings, picture windows and a rustic fireplace are among interior features.
Patio and yard space take in views of the surrounding hillsides. There is a detached caretaker's unit.
Starr, whose real name is Richard Starkey Jr., wrote and sang lead vocals on such Beatles songs as "Don't Pass Me By" and "Octopus's Garden." The 74-year-old joined the band in 1962, replacing drummer Pete Best. As part of the Fab Four he starred in several movies. He memorably sang "With a Little Help From My Friends" on the "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album.
After the group disbanded in 1970 he continued his music career with hits including "It Don't Come Easy" and "You're Sixteen."
Actress-model Bach, 67, starred with Roger Moore in "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977).
The property last sold in 1991 for $1.164 million. It was marketed last year at the current listing price and taken off the market in late June.
Starr and Bach also put their 200-acre Rydinghurst Estate in Cranleigh, England, up for sale this fall. The couple has a home in Beverly Hills.
Joshua & Co., an affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate, has the listing.