has sold his home in Glendora for $1.77 million.
The custom-built Tudor, which the musician bought new in 1989, sits on more half an acre with a beach-entry saltwater swimming pool and hidden rock slide built into the hillside. The 7,100-square-foot home features a double-island kitchen with a 140-gallon fish tank, guest quarters with a separate entry and a six-car garage. There are five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
Anthony, 57, played with the rock band
for two decades starting in the mid-'70s. Chickenfoot released its second album, Chickenfoot III, last month. Offstage, Anthony is a hot rod enthusiast.
Property records show he paid $971,220 for the house.
Lori Haines of Podley Properties was the listing agent. Vivi Chu of Win-Win Realty represented the buyer.