While currently on the move touring the country to promote his newest solo album, “True Grit,” Bret Michaels—best known as the frontman of the 1980s band Poison—is looking to unload his 6,797-square-foot California digs for $3.649 million (roughly $600,000 more than what he purchased it for back in March 2014).
The rocker’s Calabasas spread features five bedrooms and seven baths, plus a courtyard and wine cellar—not to mention a living room teeming with guitars and a grand piano.
The home’s gourmet kitchen comes complete with a center island, granite countertops, custom cabinets, and a breakfast nook, while the master suite boasts his-and-hers walk-in closets, a sitting area, and an oversized balcony with views of the yard.
Out back rests a pool and spa along with several water features, plus a barbecue station, covered patio, side garden with fruit trees, and numerous seating enclaves, making the estate ideal site for intimate gatherings year-round.
Tomer and Isidora Fridman of Sotheby’s International Realty currently hold the listing.