Weekly Top Ten Real Estate Hot List Tue: 09-04-2010
How many times do we wonder whatever happened to the rock & roll stars who made our youthful years more alive? Did our favorites make their money and then Yuppie up, or did they hold on to their-raw edged spirit and long wild curls? Way hotter today than he was in 1975, . . . hey guy, we’re back to music hero worship! Better looking but now bald, better voice and if possible, better guitar. He may have had one of the best selling albums in double platinum in the 1970s with Frampton Comes Alive, but we’ll take Black Hole Sun and the current version of Baby I Love Your Way.
In 2000, Peter moved to Cincinnati to be near his now ex-wife’s family. They bought this new storybook English style home where he has lived until now, even though he probably hasn’t seen much of it while on his 2012 tour. Deceptively smaller from the front, the home sits on 3.66 acres and has 4 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. Rooms are large and airy with some vaulted and some coffered ceilings. There is a large family room off the kitchen, a large recording studio, fitness center and the master has a connected library and study. The outdoor entertaining area is complete with fireplace.
Peter Frampton, proving that the best musicians improve with time, is selling his home in the exclusive Cincinnati neighborhood of Indian Hill. Priced at $1,495,000.