You can party all summer long, and beyond, at Kid Rock’s waterfront mansion in Detroit — for a cool $2.2 million, that is.
In recent days, the "Bawitdaba" singer’s 6,000-square-foot, six-bedroom, five-bathroom manor has hit the market.
The colonial-inspired mansion on the Detroit River was built in 1930 and neighbors the Detroit Yacht Club and historic Manoogian Mansion, The Detroit News and the New York Post report. The sale is being coordinated by Skyline Realty Group.
A listing page reveals that the “current owner” completed multiple renovations on the home, including the construction of a boathouse for “year-round entertaining” featuring an outdoor shower and jet ski lift, the installation of two outdoor TVs, fancy entertainment system and an attached two-car garage.
Notable features like a gourmet kitchen, theater-style basement, high-end security system, central air and gorgeous hardwood floors are sure to make the mansion, which rests on 0.85 acres, feel like home.
Creative touches include a slew of Americana and religious-themed art, from a painting of George Washington and a “God Bless America” sign to a garden statue of Jesus, whose portrait is also featured in a bathroom.
Rock evidently stands to make a profit with the sale, WXYZ reports, with the home last listed for $465,000 in 2011.
The 48-year-old singer reportedly “bragged” to the Detroit News last month that Marvin Gaye partied at the house in its Motown heyday.