MÖTLEY CRÜE Bassist, Estranged Wife Selling California Home For $3 Million

Ruth Ryon of the Los Angeles Times reports that MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx and his estranged wife, former "Baywatch" starDonna D'Errico, finally finished refurbishing their Agoura Hills home of eight years, and now they've put it on the market at close to $3 million.

During the last four or five years, D'Errico — who filed for divorce from Sixx in April — orchestrated an updating of the 6,000-plus-square-foot house on 40 acres. Remodeling the 1982 house included a complete overhaul of the kitchen.

The Spanish-style villa has six bedrooms, 4 1/2 bathrooms, a family room, a formal dining room and a bonus room. The master bedroom suite has a balcony, vaulted ceiling, two walk-in closets, a spa tub, a steam shower and a redwood sauna. One of the other bedrooms was designed as a sound studio. All the closets are cedar-lined.

The kitchen was remodeled in 2002 with granite counters, slate floors, hand-hewn oak cabinets, top-of-the-line appliances, a copper sink and a built-in cappuccino machine. D'Errico designed the kitchen, built by Tobe Laughton of Dreamworks Construction. The grounds have a pool, spa, meditation garden, vegetable garden, playground and mountain views. The villa is in a gated community of four homes. Each is on a 40-acre parcel. A river-rock waterfall accents the house's double-door entry, which is reached by a private drive.

Check out pictures of the property at the Rodeo Realty web site.

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