Dave Mustaine Is Selling His House for $2.5 Million
Cue the Who’s Buying? jokes: Dave Mustaine has put his home in Franklin, TN — roughly thirty minutes outside of Nashville — up for sale. The Megadeth mainman is asking for a cool $2.498 million.
What do you get for that moolah? According to The Los Angeles Times…
“[T]he 11-acre equestrian estate centers on a nearly 7,000-square-foot home built in 2003.
“Cherry hardwood floors cover the common spaces, which include a living room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace and a pair of chandelier-topped dining areas. The spacious chef’s kitchen adds white cabinetry and a tiered center island.
“Elsewhere are three bedrooms, six bathrooms, an office/recording studio, gym and library. An elevator navigates the two-story floor plan.
“Porches and patios surround the home, overlooking the fenced pastures and riding trails that fill out the rest of the property. Other structures include a barn, shed, horse stalls and a four-car detached garage.”
Mustaine reportedly bought the property for $1.8 million back in 2014. A year after Super Collider was released! Guess that album did better than we thought.
We’re also pretty sure this isn’t Mustaine’s only house, ’cause in 2016, he offered fans the chance to camp in the backyard of his “private estate in Southern California.” But maybe not. Dave doesn’t exactly keep MetalSucks apprised of his movements and financial decisions.
You can peep photos of Mustaine’s Tennessee house here. FYI, that’s the for really-real exterior in the photo up top, although we obviously added a little something.