Inside Bret Michaels’ massive Arizona desert mansion listed at $3.2M

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It’s not exactly where you’d think a rocker would end up. 

But Poison frontman Bret Michaels is finally unloading his longtime Scottsdale, Arizona estate, which he listed for $3.29 million in November. 

Michaels, 57, initially bought the desert oasis back in 2002 for $2.2. million. 

Currently, a contingent offer has been placed on the home, but Michaels is considering other prospective buyers. 

The five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom mansion boasts Southwestern-style architecture with wood-beamed ceilings and spectacular desert views. 

Sitting on a grand five-acre lot, the home and guest house spans a massive 7,400 square feet. 

It was the highlight of a “MTV Cribs” episode in 2008. 

Pegged as a “Cabo-style” resort, the estate offers complete privacy. 

Amenities include a separate guest house, a sand volleyball court, basketball court, large pool with a slide and your own private dirt-bike trail.

All of the bedrooms have their own bathrooms. 

And if you’re the lucky buyer, the home comes completely furnished for an easy move. Although, the furnishings seem a bit outdated.

While the “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” singer is listing the estate he has called home for nearly 20 years, he has no plans of leaving the desert state. 

The rocker revealed his plans to stay in Scottsdale, where he is currently developing a new property, Mansion Global reports. 

He has his next live concert slated for Sept. 3, 2021, at the neighboring State Farm Stadium.

Michaels is also known for starring in the VH1 reality show “Rock of Love” for three seasons, between 2007 and 2009. 

He previously owned a Calabasas, California, home he sold back in 2015.


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