Don Henley of the “Eagles” has picked up a West Hollywood home for $2.2 million.
Henley picked up the valuable property after winning a bidding war that upped the price by more than $300,000. The home had been listed for $1.85 million.
The co-founding member of the iconic pop-rock band’s new Spanish eclectic residence was built in 1923 and spans 1,800 square feet. The three-bed, two-bath home features familiar design elements of the period and style, balanced with a generally modern interior renovation.
The home’s comprehensive renovation and modern styling pair with the period details to make it a one-of-a-kind find. Especially as its exterior resembles, to some extent, a single-family version of the ‘Hotel California’ itself.
Inside, an open-concept layout connects the office, living room, and dining room; the living room stands out thanks to matte-finished oak floors, a barrel ceiling, and a Batchelder-tile fireplace. The interiors are blazing white, setting off the natural textures very well. The master suite features floating closets and a bath with double vanities, a separate shower, and a free-standing tub.
Drummer/vocalist Henley is a founding member of The Eagles. The band is currently on tour, with guitar whiz Vince Gill joining the flock in flight.