Rock Hall of Famer Steve Miller Lists Northwestern Mansion for $16.8M

Rock Hall of Famer Steve Miller Lists Northwestern Mansion for $16.8M

Published: May 31, 2016 | By: American Luxury Staff

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Steve Miller has just listed his Northwestern mansion for $16.8 million. The home set on Washington’s San Juan Island is just a 40-minute seaplane trip from Seattle and sports all the luxury amenities of a celebrity home.

Miller’s contemporary main home spans 11,686 square feet and includes plenty of open space, a large recording studio, two expansive bedrooms, and a massive 5,723-square-foot finished basement with tons of elegant custom woodwork throughout.

Set in the Friday Harbor area on nearly 39 acres, the home is equipped with a deep-water dock that can accommodate a large yacht. The grounds are also well manicured with hiking trails, Zen gardens, a pasture for horses, a teahouse, and incredible views of the bay.

The property also holds eight separate structures in addition to the main home, including caretaker’s accommodations, a greenhouse, a shop, and a barn.

Miller started off playing blues and rock but might be best known for his work with the Steve Miller Band recording songs like “Fly Like An Eagle,” “Jungle Love,” “Take the Money and Run,” and “Rock’n Me.”












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