Heavy-metal legend Terence Michael Joseph Butler, better known as Geezer Butler, original bassist and lyricist for Black Sabbath, is selling his Beverly Hills, CA, home -- and it isn't anything like you're expecting.
Butler, often considered the father of heavy metal, is known for his dark and resonating lyrics, but if you're expecting rocker touches like a guitar-shaped pool, on-site nightclub, or maybe a bat-filled dungeon, think again.
Listed for a recently reduced $2,995,000, the five-bedroom home is a bright and airy Mediterranean with a ton of modern touches.
The stylish space definitely has a villa vibe, with plenty of small details like wrought-iron railings and ornate french doors.
But there's plenty of modern charm, too. In the den, cubby-style built-ins surround an asymmetrical fireplace. The kitchen -- complete with stainless-steel appliances and sleek black countertops -- is divided by a separate eat-in bar.
Upstairs, the new buyers will be able to sleep like a rock star. There is a massive master suite with a sitting area, fireplace, and balcony overlooking the yard.
But outside might be the place to be. There's a covered space for relaxing, a saltwater pool, and plenty of green. Best of all: No neighbors.
"The best feature is probably the large lot. With no rear neighbor, there is a lot of privacy," says Violetta Hargitay, listing agent with Rodeo Realty.
As for the legend, he's been touring with Black Sabbath on a farewell tour, dubbed "The End."