Brentwood home of late Eagles rocker Glenn Frey fetches $14 million
The onetime home of late rock ‘n’ roll legend Glenn Frey has sold in Brentwood for $14 million. It had been listed for $14.995 million.
The Mediterranean-style house, built in 1996, sits behind hedges and gates on a flat lot of nearly three-quarters of an acre with a guesthouse and a tiled swimming pool and spa.
Features of the two-story home include vaulted and wood-beamed ceilings, plaster walls, arched doorways and three fireplaces. More than 8,000 square feet of living space contains a double-height entry, a family room, a library and a living room.
There are six bedrooms, 8.25 bathrooms and a powder room. In the upstairs master suite, which has a separate sitting room, French doors open to a balcony overlooking patios, gardens and statuaries in the backyard.
Frey, who died last year at 67, bought the estate more than a decade ago for slightly more than $10 million. Late entertainment mogul Michael King of King World Productions was the home’s previous owner, according to public records.
The singer-songwriter co-founded the Eagles in 1971 with drummer Don Henley. With the group, Frey won six Grammys and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
His solo albums include “No Fun Aloud” (1982), which spawned a pair of top-40 singles, and “Strange Weather” (1992).
David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties was the listing agent, according to the MLS. Alicia Drake of John Aaroe Group represented the buyer.
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