The famous metalhead has one of the most stunning and welcoming homes in the Arizona desert, but it’s time to say goodbye to his home
The interpreter Bret Michaels, 57, who is the leader of the Poison group, decided to put up for sale his peculiar mansion in Arizona, which is a true oasis in the desert.
The Pennsylvania-born acquired the property in 2002 after spending $ 2.2 million and is now listing it for $ 3,299,000 … and fully furnished!
The residence is located in the city of Scottsdale, in the community of Maricopa, which has a population of over 220,000 inhabitants.
According to the datasheet, the metalhead’s home was built in 1994 and has an area of 7,400 square feet.
Inside it has five bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, hall, kitchen, dining room, living room, main room, TV room, gym, music room, garage for four vehicles, among other spaces.
Outside, is located on a five-acre site, it has a swimming pool with a waterfall and its respective spa area, fountains, extensive green areas, a children’s play area, a terrace with a pool table, and various garden furniture.
It also has an outdoor basketball court and a beach volleyball court, as well as a guest house with three bedrooms.
In addition to its gardens and architecture, the property also attracts attention for its enviable views and for its desert landscape, which gives a unique touch to its mansion.
The sale of the residence does not mean that Bret Michaels will move to another city, but that he will simply change his roof, since he has no intention of leaving the place that has given him so much joy, to the extent that he is already building his future home.