Sheryl Crow Now Wants $11.95 Million for Her Los Angeles Panty-Dropping Palace

Now we know where Sheryl Crow was hanging out when she wrote the catchy lyrics for her hit “Soak Up the Sun.”

Nothing would give the country crooner more inspiration than her hilltop hideaway in Los Angeles that she’s put on the market for $11.95 million.

But that hefty sum comes with three homes for the price of one.

Let CB! take you inside.

Crow originally put the sprawling estate up for sale in 2012, re-listed it in 2013 for nearly $14 million, and months later has slashed the price once again just one week ago.

The truth is, any additional millions Crow pockets will be worth the wait considering she bought the place in 1993 for a mind-blowingly low $885K.

So, enough with the history lesson -- let’s see what Crow has that’s worth that kind of dough.

The gated 10-acre compound is perched high atop the Hollywood Hills and comes with three early century homes. The main home is a Spanish Revival masterpiece and is actually quite modest with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. But its vintage features are the real selling points, like original Spanish tiles, wrought iron railings, high ceilings, and carved wood beams.

Crow also made it her own by accentuating the architecture with her own flair in the step-down living room with cozy fireplace, country chef’s kitchen, library, wine cellar and music room.

The expansive outdoors are really more like a rustic playground with a branch-covered pergola and light-filled sunroom surrounded by loads of lush foliage.

Crow added a beautiful Brazilian wood bridge to connect all the homes with the trails lining the land. The charming Craftsman cottage-style cabins were built in 1885 and 1909 and each can be its own separate residences with a total of 7 bedrooms and all have access to the canyon pathways, trails, tee pee, campsite, palapas and a resort-style infinity pool.

Take a tour in the CB! gallery above.

 

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