Tom Petty’s lake house near Thousand Oaks seeks $5.9M

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If you miss the late, great Tom Petty (we certainly do), here’s a chance to snap up a little bit of Petty history.

This house on Ventura County’s Lake Sherwood, near Thousand Oaks, was a retreat for the “Free Fallin’” singer and songwriter; he purchased the property in 2007, according to listing agents Amy Alcini and Dana Sparks.

It was built long before that, in 1931, and it overlooks the lake and also has a private dock.

The villa-style home features a living room built of local flagstone with vaulted ceilings and an imposing fireplace. The three-bedroom house’s lavish master suite was created via a 2004 addition to the house. It includes a large balcony with a fireplace as well as a master bathroom with a deep stone soaking tub.

The dwelling measures roughly 5,300 square feet and sits almost an acre of land in this rustic, moneyed area. First listed in late March, the property is asking $5.895 million.

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