The family estate of Eagles founder and frontman Glenn Frey, who died last year at age 67, has just come on the market in L.A.’s Brentwood neighborhood for $15 million, according to Realtor.com.
Frey and his wife, Cindy Millican Frey, purchased the 8,800-square-foot home in 2002 for $10 million from late TV exec Michael King, who was responsible for launching iconic series such as “Wheel of Fortune,” “Jeopardy,” and “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”
Built in 1996 and described as a “Montecito Spanish Estate” by listing agent David Offer, the home features a red-tile roof, stone and wide-plank wood flooring, arched doorways, thick plaster walls, and rustic wooden ceiling beams.
The open floor plan, well-appointed kitchen with an island, digital media room, and clean lines bring the residence comfortably into the 21st century.
Located in the Brentwood Park area, near the chic stores and restaurants of San Vicente Boulevard, the half-acre property features sweeping lawns, fountains, stone patios, rose gardens, a children’s play area, a cabana, and guesthouse. There’s also a mosaic-tiled pool and spa. There are a total of six bedrooms, seven baths, and four half-baths.
The main residence has an enormous foyer with a staircase with wrought-iron railing. Upstairs, the master suite comes with a sitting room, private balcony, and fireplace for a peaceful, easy feeling. The basement features a large entertainment space with a home theater and bar for serving the perfect tequila sunrise.
The rock legend is survived by his wife and three children. Variety reports that earlier this year Millican Frey purchased a 4,000-square-foot, Cape Cod–style home in the Los Angeles Bird Streets, for which she paid nearly $8 million.