Australian online magazine, News.com.au, has shared a new report today and they said that former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has put the New Zealand mansion on the market for $4.1 million NZD (around $2.7 million USD).
Rudd’s New Zealand mansion, at 64 Harbour Drive in Otumoetai, spans 586 square meters and includes six bedrooms and five bathrooms, according to News.com.au. Also there is even a five car garage where Rudd keeps his Ferrari and McLaren supercars.
Oliver Road Estate Agents owner Cameron Macneil said:
“It was a significant listing, and the floor area was one of the largest among waterfront residences to become available in recent years.
Obviously Phil uses them as one large home, but they’re quite cleverly designed to offer privacy and space to the occupiers of each. We’re expecting interest in them both individually and collectively from different purchasers.”
You can see special photos from mansion below. Click here to full of details via Trademe. Check the some photos (copyright Trademe) below.
A month ago, Brian Johnson and Phil Rudd were photographed outside the Warehouse Studios in Vancouver – where AC/DC’s three latest studio albums were recorded -. You can see the photo from here.