Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh lists Marin County estate
Just across the bay from where the Grateful Dead once lived and played, bassist Phil Lesh is selling his two-acre estate with nary a dancing bear in sight.
The $10.35-million home in Marin County is no brokedown palace: It's 7,900 square feet of Dutch colonial splendor with enough space - 7 bedrooms and 6 baths - for a band.
The home is filled with light, from a sun room off the formal living room to a large downstairs bedroom with French doors on two sides - one set leading to a secluded outdoor patio. The master bedroom upstairs is even more luxurious, with a fireplace, hardwood floors and a bright master bath with a soaking tub and separate shower.
There are fireplaces in the living room and dining room, and a family room with a wall of built-in shelves and drawers, plus more French doors that open onto the expansive backyard. The large kitchen with a six-burner stove and a giant eat-in island also opens through two sets of French doors onto the yard, which includes a pool, a living room with its own fireplace and a vast lawn for walking out in the morning dew.
The listing agent is CJ Spielman of Paragon Real Estate Group.
Check out the beautiful estate up top.