We're always intrigued by the lavish pads some of our favorite Michigan rockers live in, and Glenn Frey's spectacular, 9,000 square foot mansion doesn't disappoint.

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More About Glenn Frey

The late Glenn Frey was born in Detroit, Michigan and was raised in Royal Oak. He dabbled in the Detroit music scene in his early years before meeting Don Henley in 1970 and cofounding the Eagles. The Eagles have sold around 200 million records during the band's tumultuous career.

Glenn Frey passed away in January 2016, from complications related to rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis, and pneumonia.

Glenn Frey's Los Angeles Home

Frey and his wife Cindy purchased this beautiful Spanish-style home in 2002. It was listed in 2017 for nearly $15 million and is estimated to be worth $17.6 million today, according to the listing.

The 9,000 square foot home features six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and 30,000 square feet of land in sunny Los Angeles.

The home was built in 1996, remodeled in 1998, and features so many nice touches like French doors throughout, a gorgeous kitchen, gym, and beautiful gardens throughout the property.

Glenn Frey's Home is Off the Market

The home, located at 12829 Marlboro St. in Los Angeles isn't currently for sale, but the most recent listing was handed by David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services California Properties.

Take a look at the pictures below.

Look Inside Glenn Frey's Former California Home

Here's an opportunity to take a virtual tour of Glenn Frey's former California mansion, valued at $17.6 million.

Glenn Frey was a Michigan native and founding member of the Eagles. He passed away in 2016 at 67 years old.

Gallery Credit: George McIntyre

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Jeffrey Epstein's Cabin in Northern Michigan

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