Celebrity Real Estate: Phil Lesh and Don Cheadle
By Laura Vecsey
Grateful Dead Bassist Selling Home
There’s nothing jam-session casual about the home of Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh. The 7,900-square-foot Dutch colonial is the model of very upscale suburban sprawl. The world got a look at the 7 bedroom, 6-bathroom abode when Lesh listed the Marin County property for sale for $10.35 million.
The home is located on two acres across the bay from where Lesh joined forces with Jerry Garcia back in the Haight-Ashbury heydey of San Francisco flower power. Lesh has been keeping busy with Terrapin Crossroads, a food and music venue in San Rafael, CA that he started with his wife, Jill, and where Phil Lesh & Friends concerts go down.
Bandmate Jerry Garcia lived in Marin County at the time of his death in 1995. His home, a Mediterranean-style abode, was later put on the market for $3.995 million.
Home Flipper Don Cheadle Offloading Another Property
With Don Cheadle’s new film about legendary jazz musician Miles Davis soon releasing, the actor and frequent home flipper is hoping to be “Miles Ahead” in the real estate game.
The “House of Lies” and “Captain America: Civil War” star and his partner, actress Bridgid Coulter, have listed their Venice Beach home for sale for $2.45 million.
Located in the Oxford Triangle section of this western L.A. neighborhood, the former 800-square-foot bungalow is pretty nifty after a remodel that pushed it to 2,400 square feet, complete with rooftop deck. The look is very industrial-modern and the chic interiors are pretty cool, too.