Queen's drummer lists his L.A. villa

Roger Taylor, the famed Queen drummer, is saying goodbye to his Los Angeles home after over 40 years. This Spanish-style villa, nestled in the Hollywood Hills, is up for grabs for nearly $6.2 million. It's a special place, bought for just $352,000 in the early '80s, showing how much love and care Taylor has poured into it.

The house sits on a third of an acre, hidden behind gates and lush hedges. It's a spacious place, with over 4,300 square feet of living area, including four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The home has been beautifully kept, blending classic charm with modern comforts.

Walking in, you're greeted by a stunning foyer with a mosaic staircase, leading to a cozy living room with a marble fireplace and doors that open to a lovely outdoor dining area. There's also a den that feels like a mountain lodge, complete with a stone fireplace and a secret wine closet.

The kitchen is bright and welcoming, perfect for cooking up a storm, and the dining room is ready for dinner parties. Upstairs, the master bedroom is a retreat with its own fireplace, balcony, and a luxurious bathroom. There's even a guest suite with its own entrance, making it perfect for visitors.

Outside, the gardens are peaceful, with a pool that looks like a lagoon and a spa tucked away on the hillside. It's a home that's seen a lot of history, especially with Taylor's incredible career with Queen.

Now, as Taylor moves on to new adventures, including opening a club in West Hollywood, this house is ready for someone new to call it home. It's a chance to own a piece of rock 'n' roll history and create your own memories in this stunning Los Angeles villa.

listed by Douglas Elliman 

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