Tommy Lee chops the asking price on his Calabasas manse

The home befits the drummer's excessive style, but has more refined elements as well

Tommy Lee and his Calabasas home (Credit: Getty Images and Compass)
Tommy Lee and his Calabasas home (Credit: Getty Images and Compass)

Rocker Tommy Lee’s Calabasas home has re-listed with a hefty discount. And yes, there’s a lot of fur, shag, and velvet.

The nearly 10,000-square-foot home was re-priced for $4.65 million, down from nearly $6 million it first listed for in 2016, according to the Los Angeles Daily News.

Built in 1987, the three-story home has six bedrooms, including a master bedroom that’s covered in fuzzy furniture and carpets, and opens up to the backyard piano-shaped pool.

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The rest of the home is decorated much like one might expect from one of the most notorious rock n’ roll stars of the 1980s — there’s plenty of dark colors and extravagant gothic-like furniture to compliment the animal prints strewn throughout.

Inside, there are more refined elements, including an impressive atrium through the center of the home, with a Koi pond and stone spa covered by a retractable glass roof. Part of the 13-car garage was also converted to a state-of-the-art 3,000-square-foot recording studio. There’s also a theater room and a wine room. [Los Angeles Daily News] – Dennis Lynch