Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash is selling his lavish and loaded Beverly Hills mansion to the tune of $8 million.
The 5,030-square-foot home is set behind a private gate and opens onto a driveway with a carport and a circular motor court. It was first built in 1964 but was taken down to the studs and rebuilt to exacting detail.
It is loaded to the top with an open concept layout featuring s a formal living room with a fireplace, chef’s kitchen, dining area, and wine pantry, all flooded with natural light thanks to the several glass windows. Views over the Los Angeles are abound and include vistas of the city lights and Pacific Ocean in the distance.
The second level is accessed via a floating staircase and overlooks double-height glass windows that face south towards the views.
As far of room size, there are four bedrooms and six bathrooms, and the primary suite’s bathroom opens onto a balcony via sliding glass doors. There’s a free-standing soaking tub that overlooks the surrounding area as well.
A home isn’t a home without a spiral stair case, so yes, the second level also has a spiral staircase that leads to the spacious outdoor pool deck. The teak pool deck has a pool, spa, outdoor kitchen, and an outdoor shower and half bathroom.
It should be noted that there is also a recording studio on property where Guns N’ Roses wrote some of their biggest hits.
Records show that the home was last on the market in April 2013 for $2.995 million and was sold for $2.8 million in June 2013. It’s unclear whether Slash was the most recent buyer and whether he was the owner who performed an extensive renovation. In 2017, Slash sold his Mediterranean-style Beverly Hills mansion to Big Sean—which he then flipped for about $12.5 million.