According to the Los Angeles Times, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen bought a new home in Camarillo, California for $1.85 million.
The musician paid $55,000 over the asking price for the two-story, 4,636-square-foot house, which was built in 2001. The five-bedroom-and-four-and-a-half-bathroom property sits at the end of a cul-de-sac that includes only three other homes. It features a steam shower, heated floors, a freestanding tub, an electric fireplace, a remodeled gourmet kitchen with granite counters and a marble back splash, a gym and a three-car garage. Outside, a covered lounge with a fireplace looks on to an infinity pool. Other outdoor hot spots include a gazebo, veranda and fountain.
Check out pictures of the home at Los Angeles Times.
Variety reported in February that Van Leeuwen put his Glendale, California house on the market for nearly $1.8 million. The guitarist purchased the Spanish Revival-style home in 2014 for a bit less than $1.4 million.
Van Leeuwen, 48, was a guitarist for A PERFECT CIRCLE before joining QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE. The Los Angeles native is also a member of the band SWEETHEAD, which he formed in 2008.
Van Leeuwen is currently touring with QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE in support of the band's latest album, 2017's "Villains".
Last year, Van Leeuwen released "Echolocation", the debut album from GONE IS GONE, his project with MASTODON's Troy Sanders, AT THE DRIVE-IN's Tony Hajjar and guitarist-keyboardist Mike Zarin.