Rock-n-roll icon Tommy Lee is once again attempting to offload his Los Angels home and looking at taking a substantial loss in the process.
According to The Dirt, the Mötley Crüe drummer is asking US$4.6 million for the Calabasas home he acquired back in 2007 for US$5.85 million.
If the rockstar is able to achieve his asking price, he’ll be staring at a US$1.25 million loss, before transaction costs.
Lee previously attempted to sell the property in 2016, with an asking price of nearly US$6 million and it has been on and off the market almost a dozen times.
The property sits on just over a quarter of an acre in a gated community above the Calabasas Country Club.
The home itself boasts 929sq m of living space with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a four-car garage located underground.
The property is a clear reflection of its owner, with an eclectic combination of wood floors, beamed ceilings and a formal living room.
Inside there’s also a high tropically planted, triple-height atrium that allows for a host of natural light and fresh air.
The dining room and kitchen areas have a host of collectables from the Mötley Crüe drummer as well as high-quality designer appliances and a large centre island bench, while the family room has a stone fireplace and easy access to the pool.
The main bedroom includes a baby grand piano and also has direct access to the pool, a walk-in closet and a skylight in the bathroom.
The lowest level of the home also features a wine tasting/dining room, a screening room with a concession bar and a professional recording studio complete with isolation booths and a control room.
While the elevated backyard offers views across the valley and includes a circular spa and uniquely shaped swimming pool.