Rod Stewart Relists His Three-Acre Los Angeles Estate for $80 Million

The sumptuously appointed Beverly Park compound includes a Richard Landry-designed mansion and a full-size soccer field.

British singer and songwriter Rod Stewart put his custom-built abode in the guard up for sale back in June with a hefty $70 million price tag. Six months later, the 78-year-old rocker has hoisted the English country-style estate back on the market to the tune of $80 million, as The New York Times first reported.

Nestled in the renowned guard-gated Beverly Park community, Stewart originally coughed up a cool $12 million for the three-acre lot back in 1991. He then tapped celeb-loved architect Richard Landry to design the over-the-top abode. Sporting a mellow yellow exterior, the digs span a whopping 28,000 square feet and comprise a whopping nine bedrooms and 12 bathrooms—ideal for the musician's eight children. The compound also includes a 4,500-square-foot guest dwelling and a full-size soccer field. "That would be a main house anywhere else. But in Beverly Park, that's a guesthouse," listing agent Tomer Fridman told the newspaper. "It's an immense property."

n keeping with the UK manor aesthetic, the stately mansion and its grounds exude a palatial Baroque style, and the highly decorated interiors are as posh as Buckingham Palace. Across its three stories, you'll find a quarry's worth of French marble, ornately detailed ceilings, gilded accents, and hand-forged wrought iron work. There's also a slew of antique oil paintings, crystal chandeliers, and Regency-period furnishings that look straight out of Bridgerton. Rod the Mod told the Times that he wouldn't be opposed to selling the home fully furnished. However, he's hanging on to all the artwork.

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