Welcome to another edition of Heavy Metal Real Estate, where we explore how rock stars live by way of their real estate listings.
Lars Ulrich's pockets are $10.3 million heavier as the Metallica drummer has completed the sale of his San Francisco home, and man is it pretty. The home was originally listed for $12 million, so somebody got a bargain.
To say this place is hooked up is an understatement. Here are some specs:
- 13,000 square foot mansion
- Six bedrooms
- Nine bathrooms (six full, three half)
- Five fireplaces
- An underground basketball court that doubles as a squash court
- A recording studio
- A library
- A six-person sauna.
- An aquarium over a bathtub
- Bay windows featuring unobstructed views of the Bay Area, including the Golden Gate Bridge
- Over 25 rooms total on a 20,000 square foot lot.
- Two separate adjoining lots, which the current homeowner purchased years ago "to better secure his privacy."
There is a bar and indoor basketball court?! This place is massive. Take a look at some photos via Open Homes Photography.