The legendary drummer of Metallica, Lars Ulrich, sold his expensive property for an impossible price.
According to ‘Mercury News,’ a mansion, which is owned by Lars Ulrich, in Northern California was sold for $ 10.3 million.
The mansion is 13,000 square meters and has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a recording studio, an underground sports field, a pool, and a sauna.
Metallica decided to be in San Francisco at the beginning of 1983 and came here. Metallica drummer has lived in the Marin District since the 1990s. Although he is a Danish citizen, San Francisco has a passion for him.
As we all know, Metallica’s headquarter is located in San Francisco, California. After the reports of Lars Ulrich sold his mansion, some rumors appeared in the metal community. The sources said that Lars Ulrich might be facing money problems.
In an earlier interview with ‘Scandinavian Traveler,’ Lars Ulrich had said good things about San Francisco.
Here’s what Lars said:
“It’s a brilliant city. It feels like the future is being created in the San Francisco region, with the entire tech world here. It’s an exciting place to live and I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else in America.”
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