Tom Petty’s former home is on the market with near $5 million price tag

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The home of late rock and pop singer Tom Petty has officially been listed on the real estate market. For those who want to live like a rock star, it will come at a high price, though, as the home is currently going for close to $5 million. However, those who can afford it will be able to enjoy all the particulars that Petty had built into the residence.

As Today reported on Thursday (June 7), the home’s price tag is $4.995 million, to be exact. It was the residence for Petty who brought forth hit songs such as “I Won’t Back Down” and “Free Fallin’.” The late rock artist lived at the California home during the 1980s and ’90s. It even involved a rebuild in 1987 after an arsonist set fire to the home, causing almost the entire residence to burn down.

The home is best described as private and spacious. It can be found in a gated community that is part of “Rancho Estates.” It features 11,483 square feet of living space, fit for a rock star, or someone who needs enough space to live comfortably in the California area.

Beam ceilings are a large part of the home’s interior design, as they are featured in the living room, master bedroom, bathroom, and other areas of the home. In addition, there’s a curved dining area which is hidden behind a staircase that winds up to the second story of the residence.

The home’s interior isn’t just spacious but also features beautiful white walls, finishes, and furnishings. There’s also plenty of light coming into the home thanks to a variety of windows perfectly placed to help create more brightness in each of the lavish rooms.

The rock star’s former residence also sports a gym, wine storage area, and an outdoor kitchen along with a swimming pool. There is even a cascading waterfall that one might say is “Free Fallin'” into the swimming pool.

A full array of photos of Tom Petty’s former California home can be seen at the official listing here.

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