The former home of rock legend and late Eagles singer Glenn Frey has sold for $14 million.
The two-story house in Brentwood had been listed at just under $15 million and spans more than 8,000 square feet, with amenities including a library, three fireplaces and a balcony, according to the Los Angeles Times. It contains six bedrooms and 8.25 bathrooms.
Frey died at age 67 last year and had purchased the estate more than 10 years ago for just over $10 million. It was previously owned by the late entertainment mogul Michael King.
Frey and drummer Don Henley founded the Eagles in 1971. Frey also had a solo career, with albums including 1982’s “No Fun Aloud” and 1992’s “Strange Weather.”
David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties had the listing, according to the MLS. Alicia Drake of John Aaroe Group represented the buyer, whose identity was not revealed.
Other recent celebrity real estate action includes comedian Kristen Wiig’s $2.96 million purchase of the Case Study House No. 10 in Pasadena and the $2.8 million purchase of Pierce Brosnan’s old home in Malibu. [LAT] – Eddie Small