Duff McKagan, who left his hometown for Los Angeles and later became the bass player of Guns N’ Roses, has listed his Spanish hacienda-style home for $3.85 million.
Duff McKagan, a Seattle native who found fame after moving to Los Angeles and becoming the bass player of Guns N’ Roses, has listed his home in the Sherman Oaks area for sale at $3.85 million.
Set behind gates, the Spanish hacienda-style compound dates to 1935. Mosaic tile, wood-burning fireplaces and exposed beams are among the features of the five-bedroom, five-bathroom main house, which has a subterranean wine cellar.
The master suite features soaring vaulted ceilings and two walk-in closets.
The detached guesthouse, which opens to a shaded veranda, contains a living room, a bedroom, a kitchenette and a bathroom.
There are also stables, a barn converted to a gym/office and an art studio/bonus room. Outdoor entertaining areas include a swimming pool and built-in barbecue.
The half-acre property has mature palms, jacarandas, bougainvillea, fruit trees and a circular driveway.
McKagan, 53, had a 12-year stint with Guns N’ Roses in the 1980s and ’90s, returning to the band last year. He also founded the super-group Velvet Revolver, has done solo work and performs lead vocals for Loaded.