The Steve Miller Band frontman is selling his compound in Ketchum, Idaho, for $16 million.
According to the Sun Valley Board of Realtors, the 17,107-square-foot property, built in 1989 and remodeled in 1994, consists of six bedrooms and 9½ bathrooms, and sits on a little more than 13 acres. (Not in the market for this Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee’s home? Look through these other great properties up for sale.) The estate, in North Ketchum just outside of Sun Valley, includes a primary residence that fronts the Bigwood River, a recording studio, three guest cottages that border Eagle Creek, an archive building, and an art barn.
The main house boasts picture windows from every room with river and mountain views:
Sid Schneider designed and built three guest cottages, which feature Frank Lloyd Wright stonework and Douglas fir trusses:
A recording studio features isolation booths, a climate controlled instrument vault, a piano lift, a vaulted cedar-beamed ceiling, bath, and kitchenette:
An archive building showcases15-foot stained glass windows by Jacques Bordeleau, custom cabinets, maple floors, a kitchenette, drawers, and shelving for photography and art:
The art barn was the original building on the property:
Multiple bridges and half a mile of trails wind through the natural wilderness of the property, which is gated for complete privacy: