Tool drummer bought Emilio Estevez’ micro-vineyard for $6.35M

Los Angeles /
Dec.December 20, 2016 10:30 AM
 

Playing the Tool has really paid off for musician Danny Carey.

Carey, drummer of the 1990s rock band Tool, has been revealed as the mystery buyer of Emilio Estevez’s Malibu pad, according to Los Angeles’ most reliable real estate gossip, Yolanda Yakketyyak.

Carey paid $6.35 million to buy the Point Dume bungalo from Estevez, a.k.a. the jock in “The Breakfast Club” and Charlie Sheen’s brother.

The Tuscan-style property, which sits on about an acre of land, includes a 3,700-square-foot main house, a detached guesthouse and a backyard big enough to grow the Pinot Noir grapes used in the actor’s own artisanal brand of wine, Casa Dumetz.

The main house has four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, hardwood floors, wooden trusses, a wine cellar and a pool and firepit in the backyard. [YLBB]Cathaleen Chen


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