Just days after top musician Dan Reynolds paid 11 11.3 million for a beach trip to Malibu, another record in public records is that Dragon band member – guitarist Wayne Sarmon – has “time” to buy a LA-Area home, this is the downtown South Bay area. . The Grammy-winning rocker (“Thunder,” “Believer,” “Radioactive,” “Devil”) paid about $ 6 million for the multi-acre spread, which is listed for equestrian use in the adjacent Rolling Hills and Long Quick trip to the beach j
It turns out that the sermon was greatly blessed in his new home; The property was valued at about .4 7.4 million according to the latest tax records. The seller, an anonymous-local trader, was exposed to the forecast on the estate and was therefore inspired to unload it at an attractive price.
Whatever the case, the ranch features almost every imaginable rocker, a full custom kitchen with designer mile appliances and a full outdoor kitchen with nine separate wine refrigerators, a guesthouse, stables, and a huge langun style pond. Rather unexpectedly, the property also has a bonafide observatory, complete with an astronomer-qualified telescope, which probably costs more than a new Porsche Cayenne.
While it may seem modest from the outside, the ranch’s one-story main house offers attractive interiors with a Chevron patterned hardwood floor, backlit built-in cabinets and multiple fireplaces. There is a study with wooden panels, four guest bedrooms and a comfortable master suite that opens directly into your backyard.
The large-sized Alfresco served by the outdoor kitchen has an exceptionally large loggia backed out with rooms for recreation. The expansive lawn of the lawn descends into the pool, with its man-made waterfalls and views of the surrounding mountains. Somewhat unusual, there are four standalone cabana-type structures on the side of the pool, one equipped with a sauna and the other equipped with a convenient poolside bathroom.
Elsewhere on the property acre is a 1,500-square-foot guesthouse with six sets of French doors lined to one side of the wall and one more bedroom, two baths, a full kitchen and living room, red brick walls and an open rafter. Painted in black. Another building just a quick escape from the guesthouse, it is entirely dedicated to the observer, with its own custom retro table glass roof.
The horses also get a luxurious excavation with a luxurious 4 stall barn attached to a horseback ring and also includes an ancillary staff quarters for those restless people. And from some vantage points related to the property, all occupants enjoy a distant view of the Pacific Ocean and the so-called Queen’s Necklace coastline.
The town of Gard, guarded by the Rolling Hills, is famous for its bookish environment and its mid-range houses, some of which were designed by Wallace Nef. While it’s a bit far from Hollywood for most professional entertainers, it has significant residents and includes race driver Parnelli Jones, tennis champ Tracy Austin and helicopter dealer Frank Robinson.
Keith Kelly of Palm Realty Boutique and Gordon Inman of Keller Williams held the list; Coldwell banker Arlene Dachik delivered the sermon.