Glenn Frey’s golf course properties are up for sale in La Quinta
A pair of private residential properties of late Eagles founding member Glenn Frey have come on the market in La Quinta for a combined $4.25 million.
Found within the Madison Club, an affluent golf course community, the adjacent parcels each measure slightly larger than three quarters of an acre and take in west-facing views of the Tom Fazio-designed golf course and surrounding mountains.
The properties can be purchased together or separately, according to parties not authorized to comment on the listing. The slightly larger of the two lots is listed at $2.25 million, and the other is priced at $2 million.
Frey, who died in January at 67, co-founded the Eagles in 1971 with drummer Don Henley. Among the group’s hit songs were “Take It Easy,” Witchy Woman” and “Hotel California.”
With the group, Frey won six Grammys and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. He also recorded a number of solo albums, including “No Fun Aloud” (1982), which spawned a pair of top-40 singles, and “Strange Weather” (1992).
Frey bought the parcels a decade ago in separate transactions totaling $3 million, property records show.
Nick Blodgett of Hideaway Properties Corp. holds the listing for both lots.