Since 2016, the Mötley Crüe drummer has been sporadically listing his home for up to $6 million. But eventually, the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom, nearly 10,000-square-foot home sold for a much lower price - $3.65 million.
Unfortunately, Lee sold at a loss, as he purchased the Calabasas, California property in 2007 for $5.85 million. He likely invested thousands more to achieve the condo's wild, rock star design.
This tropical paradise sits on a hill and takes full advantage of the property's urban views.
It's also a showcase for nature, as it has an atrium that opens up to fresh air and sunlight through a retractable roof.
In fact, you can glimpse palm trees, koi ponds and other verdant plants from your sofa.
The living space includes a great room, dining area and office, while the kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, a large island and granite countertops. The master bedroom has glass doors that open to the pool and quiet outdoor space.
A walk-in wardrobe and a main, en-suite bathroom similar to a bathroom complete the suite.
Commensurate with the level of the Lee, the lower level has its own sound room, control room and recording studio. The residence also has a home cinema with a licensed bar and wine tasting room.
Sadly for Kruyt's fans, the legendary band disbanded in 2015. But Lee continued to play, releasing a third solo album in 2020.
And his personal life has recently been dissected - his marriage to model-actress Pamela Anderson was made into the 2022 Hulu miniseries Pam and Tommy.
Randy While contributed to this report.