Determined to find a fan of his French chateau-inspired estate on Lake Arrowhead, Sammy Hagar has lowered the price to $4.7 million.
That’s a $1.2-million drop from his original asking price, but the Red Rocker could still turn a profit on the property. According to public records, he bought it nine years ago for $2.3 million.
Built in 2009, the estate sits on a sloping lot, offering eight bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms across three stories. Rich walnut floors line much of the 6,557-square-foot interior.
Beamed ceilings top the double-island kitchen, formal dining room, family room and living room, the latter of which is anchored by a hand-carved limestone fireplace. Other focal points include a wood-paneled game room, a granite-topped wet bar, an expansive second-story patio and, fittingly, a sound-proof music room.
On the top level, the expansive master bedroom sits under 30-foot ceilings. The multi-room suite boasts a steam shower and a sauna wrapped in cedar before extending out to a balcony that enjoys views of the water.
A detached guesthouse is found at the front of the home, and out back, granite pillars accent a covered patio space with a spa, a grill and a fire pit. A path leads down to the lake, completing the grounds.
Shelli Cotriss of Shell Properties is the listing agent.
Hagar, 70, rose to prominence with the hard-rock band Montrose before replacing David Lee Roth as the lead singer of Van Halen in 1985. He was elected into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007.