By Megan Stein/People.com
November 1, 2017

Tom Petty’s Lake Sherwood, California, has been listed for $5.895 million with Dana Sparks of Compass. The rock legend, who died in October, bought the property in 2007, and visited the 5,300-square-foot estate often with his wife Dana, according to Compass.

Take a look inside his the late rockstars waterside home:


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Hollywood Past

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom house has its fair share of Hollywood ties. It’s said to have been built by a set designer for Rudolph Valentino, who passed away before he could move in. Later, Ralph Carmichael, composer to Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and Bing Crosby owned the estate. More recently, Sparks, the listing agent and a former film and TV actress, owned the property. It currently belongs to the Petty estate.


Compass

Stone Surround

The great room was formed from fieldstone in 1931, and houses Petty’s grand piano.


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Cue Up

A wall of windows adds plenty of natural light to the game room that boasts a couch and a pool table.


Compass

Cooking Central

The spacious kitchen is complete with stainless-steel appliances, a breakfast bar and granite counters.


Compass

Old-World Living

Another living space takes on a rustic aesthetic, thanks to leather couches and ornately carved wood furniture.


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Free-Flowing Space

A hallway opens to the master suite and bathroom, ensuring an effortless flow between the two.


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Updated Suite

A new master suite was added in 2004, and includes a stone tub and balcony with a fireplace.


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Bathroom with a View

The deep soaking tub overlooks the lake outside. The land is also only nine miles away from the ocean.


Compass

Room for More

Another bedroom has an equally impressive spread, with an additional balcony and waterfront views.


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Natural Surroundings

A spokesperson for Compass notes that Petty enjoyed boating and fishing in the house’s natural surroundings, and his wife shared with the real estate company that he held the rod more like a guitar, a nod to his legendary career in music.

This article originally appeared in People.com.

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