Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac seeks $22.5 million for Brentwood mansion
Lindsey Buckingham is ready to record a sale in Brentwood, listing a newly built home in the Westside community for $22.5 million.
Buckingham, the longtime Fleetwood Mac member who last week released a duo album with Christine McVie, bought the property five years ago for $5.8 million, public records show.
Described as “Modern Georgian” in the listing, the three-story house has wood-shingle siding, sets of dormers and crisp white trim that give off an East Coast vibe.
The interior, awash in white walls and light wood floors, includes formal living and dining rooms, chef’s and prep kitchens, a library, six bedrooms and 7.75 bathrooms. A marble-topped bar and screening room lie within the “adult” family room area. The master suite has one of three fireplaces and a balcony overlooking the grounds.
A guesthouse, which could double as a writer’s retreat or studio space, sits across from the swimming pool. Bluestone terraces, a fire pit, an outdoor shower, lawns and mature landscaping fill out the grounds.
David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties is the listing agent.
Buckingham, 67, gained fame as the frontman and lead guitarist for Fleetwood Mac. He contributed to seven of the band’s studio albums, including the critically acclaimed “Rumours” in 1977.
As a solo artist, he has released nine albums. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the group in 1998.
Last year the veteran rocker and his wife, designer Kristen Buckingham, bought about 10 acres of land in Santa Rosa Valley for $1.5 million. They own other property on the Westside of Los Angeles.
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