British rock star David Coverdale is moving on from his Lake Tahoe home. He’s offering it at $9.85 million.
Located in Incline Village, the lakefront home shows off plenty of rock-and-roll personality; Coverdale has owned it for more than 30 years, so he’s had a chance to adjust to taste.
The north shore home contains four bedrooms, and 6.5 baths. Standout features include soaring ceilings with exposed beams, three fireplaces, and wood and stone accents. The main living space is a combination living and dining room offering incredible views of the lake.
Downstairs, the home’s most unique feature—Coverdale’s lounge—stands out with colorful styling, several of the performer’s awards, and a huge music connection. The large space also boasts a cocktail lounge with a wet bar and a home movie theater. The indoor ‘Roman bath’-style pool takes the cake, though…the designer didn’t leave out the meandros.
The residence also includes a spa, a salon, a sauna, a massage room, a gym, and large decks for gazing out at the sparkling lake beyond.
Coverdale fronted for Deep Purple, Whitesnake, and Jimmy Page during his career.