Check out awesome Lake Tahoe mansion owned by David Coverdale of Whitesnake, Deep Purple
There’s a chance to live like a rock star in Lake Tahoe. The home of David Coverdale, the rock icon best known as the lead singer for Deep Purple and Whitesnake, has listed the Incline Village estate he’s owned for three decades for $9.85 million.
The gated, 9,803 square-foot residence sits on a secluded one-acre site with panoramic lake, mountain and forest views from every window. There’s a master suite on the main level, a gourmet professional kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows, outdoor waterfall grotto, expansive decks, an indoor pool, gym – and a “rocker’s lounge” with zebra-patterned fabrics, luxurious theater with a 135-foot screen and a wet bar, according to the listing.
The estate has three fireplaces, four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.
“Every day for 30 years, my family and I have loved and embraced our home: the stunning views from every window, the peace and tranquility, and the privacy... far away from the three-ring circus of the music business, yet a mere hour’s flight away from Los Angeles when work calls,” Coverdale said in a news release.
A video released by Chase International shows the rocker’s house in detail, with Whitesnake music as background.
Coverdale, 67, was lead singer of Deep Purple in the 1970s. He later founded Whitesnake, known for band members’ big hair, flamboyant performances and hits like “Here I Go Again” and “This Is Love.”
Coverdale was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016.
Kerry Donovan of Chase International holds the listing.