The California estate of Tom Petty is back on the market for $5.895 million.
The late American singer-songwriter’s home is set on Lake Sherwood near Thousand Oaks in the Los Angeles-area. Petty purchased the rustic lakefront retreat back in 2007, and the property served as an escape for the musician until his untimely death this year.
Dating to 1931, the 5,300-square-foot home is set on nearly an acre of property overlooking the lake. Petty’s former villa-style residence boasts rustic design elements; most impressive is the great room articulated with local flagstone and timber, and accented with a large fireplace and vaulted ceilings.
The three-bedroom home’s luxurious master suite was added in 2004, and features a deep stone soaking tub in addition to an expansive balcony with a fireplace. With the 125-feet of lakefront and a private dock, the future owner will likely spend a good amount of time enjoying the lake and mountain views.
Petty had put the lakeside property on the market at the end of March, just a few months before passing away in early October.