Fleetwood Mac bassist nabs $6.8M Brentwood home

John McVie is moving back to LA after 3 years in Hawaii

Apr.April 12, 2017 08:30 AM
The home on Layton Drive and John McVie

Brentwood must be the new “Silver Springs.”

Fleetwood Mac bassist John McVie purchased a Gus Duffy-designed home in the neighborhood for a little under $6.8 million, after living in Hawaii for three years, Mansion Global reported.

The move comes as he and bandmates Lindsey Buckingham And Christine McVie are set to release an album together this summer.

The 1940s home comprises four bedrooms and five bathrooms. It totals about 5,500 square feet, with vaulted ceilings, a saltwater pool, a rustic kitchen and a garden with babbling brooks.

Coldwell Banker’s Aram Afshar had the listing. [Mansion Global] — Cathaleen Chen

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