The infamous Slash who was the original lead guitar player for Guns N' Roses lived in this Car Property. Not only is there room for the owner's fleet of luxury cars in the 6 car garage, the street is gated for security and privacy, and there's a separate one bedroom apartment above the garage for a nanny or the in-law that stays too long. It's a perfect celebrity home, or for someone that just wants to live like one.
- 3 bed, 4 bath, 5,539 sq ft
Sited majestically on a 1.2 acre promontory at the end of a private, gated road is this beautiful Hacienda. Walk in the front door through the walled courtyard and you are met with massive views from downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean. Offer your guests a drink from the bar and then gather around the fireplace in the outdoor living room to admire the spectacular sunset. After dinner, prepared in a wonderful chefâ€™s kitchen, relax in the spa, enjoy a game of pool, or watch a movie in the media/billiards room. When the night is done, they can retire to one of the two guest rooms, each with their own baths, while you go off to the master suite with its own private veranda. This is a home designed to entertain. Features include: views from every room, four en suite bedrooms, six-car garage, separate office, separate guest house, beautiful detail work, and landscaping.
Former Guns and Roses gee-tarist Slash has finally unloaded a Hollywood Hills house that he bought during the reported dissolution of his marriage to a ladee named Perla. Mister Slash purchased the Wattles Drive house in December of 2005 for $6,250,000 and quickly put the 5 bedroom and 6 bathroom house back on the market for $6,995,000. The property sat and sat and sat until Mister Slash filed a million dollar lawsuit against his real estate agent whom he claims misrepresented particulars about the house including size and the number of cars that can be parked on the property.
As a member of the most successful heavy metal hair band, Slash, real name Saul Hudson, become famous for wearing top hats and playing crazy guitar in the 1980s and 90s in the band Guns & Roses. That band, whose lead singer was, of course, bad boy Axl Rose, busted up in the mid 1990s over reports that Axl and Slash were unable to get along well enough to continue to collaborate. Some reports even say the two have not spoken since they band officially broke up in 1996 and that the feud remains bitter to this day.
Slash went on to form a couple other bands, eventually regrouping with a few members of Guns & Roses to form Velvet Revolver. Your Mama has never heard of Velvet Revolver, but apparently they were in the studio last year recording their second album. An album we're sure rockers dudes with ratted hair and bandannas tied around their thighs eagerly await.