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Nearly two years after the heartbreaking loss of Glenn Frey, the Eagles founder’s California home is up for sale. And if you got a cool $15 million tucked away somewhere, it could be yours.


“Variety” reports that the nearly three-acre spread in Brentwood Park, one of the most coveted neighborhoods in and around Los Angeles, was purchased by Glenn and his second wife, Cindy, nearly 15 years ago.

You have to scroll through the article and look at the pictures because … wow!

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It’s roughly 8,800 square feet, according to tax records, and boasts six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and four half bathrooms.

And of course it has one of our personal favorite features: rustic wooden ceiling beams. A wrought iron railed staircase, an oversized fireplace, a three-tiered chandelier and a library/den with another fireplace are just a few of the other opulent features of the home.

And did we mention the home theater and fitness room?

The lush property is nearly invisible from the street and perfectly landscaped with stone terraces, fountains, rose gardens and a pool.

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Cindy reportedly owns several properties that she shared with Glenn, some in Hawaii, Colorado and New York City. Word on the street is that Cindy has purchased another home above the Sunset Strip in L.A., so the California legacy will remain for the Freys.

Still, it has to be hard for Cindy to let go of this property where she and her late husband and family made so many memories. We wish them all the best.

The late Glenn Frey’s incredible California mansion is for sale AP Photo/Peter Morrison, File
Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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