Lindsey Buckingham’s former custom mansion in L.A.’s Brentwood neighborhood is back on the market after a little more than a year—with some new upgrades. According to The Real Deal, which first reported the news, a former WeWork executive recently listed the 1.2-acre property for $32 million. This is a $4 million bump up from the $29.5 million he paid for it last July. And, the site reports, the spread “just underwent a complete top-to-bottom renovation with no expense spared.”
Details of the specific changes are not readily available, but it bears mentioning that the six-bedroom French Normandy–inspired house was constructed with care from the get-go. Buckingham and his wife, interior designer Kristen Messner, custom-built the estate in 2007. The main house measures 10,000 square feet, with a grand driveway and motor court setting the stage for the impressive castle-like structure, which includes a two-story tower with its own spiral staircase. The rotunda entrance gives way to several cavernous common areas with exposed-beamed high ceilings, wood-paneled walls, and marble floors. Of note is a stately wood-paneled study with built-in floor-to-ceiling shelves and cabinets that connects to a quirky billiards/game room with striped wallpaper.
The main suite is located on the ground floor, and boasts its own sitting room with a fireplace, two walk-in closets, and an office. All other en suite-bedrooms are located on the second floor; a separate guest house adds to the total bedroom count. Other amenities on the grounds include a recording studio, a large rectangular pool with an adjacent pool pavilion, a gym, and a tennis court. There’s also a number of rose and vegetable gardens sprinkled throughout the property.
In addition to this home, the former Fleetwood Mac lead guitarist and his wife also sold a different custom Brentwood mansion last year for $19 million. In August, they purchased a place in La Quinta, in California’s Coachella Valley.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest