Tommy Lee's Calabasas Compound Sells for a Fraction of Its Original Purchase Price
Tommy Lee has finally sold his Calabasas compound for $3.7 million after seven years of it going on and off the market. The sale price is $2.2 million less than what he originally paid for it 16 years ago in summer 2007. The new owner is Max Nobel of Nobel LA, a custom real estate development firm. The new owner plans to modernize the property to its fullest potential.
Located in a gated enclave above the Calabasas Country Club, the hillside compound sits on just over a quarter-acre of land, providing breathtaking views of the city. The structure, which features beige-hued stucco and terracotta roof, was built in the late 1980s. The interior of the property sprawls across almost 10,000 square feet of three-level living space, complete with six bedrooms and eight baths. The living space features polished chevron-patterned wood floors and rustic log-beamed ceilings throughout. The entryway consists of glass and wood-trimmed doors that open into a soaring tropical-themed central atrium, which has a retractable skylight.
The property boasts several amenities such as a professional recording studio with isolation booths and a control room, a movie theater with concession bar, and dining and wine-tasting quarters. There are formal living and dining rooms, along with an office/library with a private terrace, a family room connected to the wood-paneled kitchen, which is decked out with granite countertops, an eat-in island, high-end stainless appliances, and an accompanying breakfast nook. The master retreat offers a walk-in closet, spa-inspired bath, and sliding glass doors spilling out to a backyard hosting a pool and spa. The property also has an attached four-car garage.
Tommy Lee and his wife Brittany Furlan have moved to a modern Japanese-style mansion in Brentwood, which they purchased for just over $4 million in 2021.
Both sides represented by Emil Hartoonian of The Agency.