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Grateful Dead's Phil Lesh Selling $10.35M Marin County Mansion

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    A peek at the manicured gardens.

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    Room for leisure in the master bath.

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    Neutrals make for relaxing interiors.

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    Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh (2014 Erika Goldring)

It's an American Beauty: Just a few months after purchasing a nearby 16-acre property, the Grateful Dead's Phil Lesh has listed his seven-bedroom mansion in Ross, CA, for $10.35 million.

Lesh has played bass for the Dead since the group's formation in 1965. Although he was diagnosed with bladder cancer last year, he's expected to make a full recovery -- and has been playing recent dates with jam-friendly buddies as Phil Lesh & Friends.

There's nothing psychedelic about his California retreat, but there's certainly a lot to be grateful for. Cream walls, neutral wood floors, and white box ceilings make for a peaceful escape. Throughout the sunny home, windows and doors enhance the feeling of indoor-outdoor living.

The 2.14-acre backyard is a work of art, from the meticulously landscaped driveway to the tiered yards and gardens, complete with a pergola.

The luxe master suite unfolds directly onto a private, rock-walled conversation nook, but the bath is even more impressive, with a glass shower, soaking tub, and plenty of counter space. The spacious home has plenty of room for a large family -- and maybe a few lucky fans.