The longtime residence of the late singer, songwriter and producer Delaney Bramlett
is on the market in Sunland at $769,000.
Dubbed Delaney's Rock-n-Roll Ranch, the acre property includes a 1,638-square-foot home, stable space for four horses, a tack room and a swimming pool. The house, built in 1935, has mountain views, a garage recording studio, three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Bramlett, who died in 2008 at 69, worked with rock and blues greats such as Eric Clapton
, George Harrison
and Leon Russell. He co-wrote the hit classics "Let It Rain" and "Superstar."
Carmen Mormino of Rodeo Realty's Westlake Village office is the listing agent.
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