Step Inside Uncle Kracker’s Harrison Twp. Home – It Has a Pub, Tunnels + More
Follow me as we take a look inside Uncle Kracker's custom-built house in Harrison Township. This home has neon lights, a pub, and all the rockstar stuff you'd expect from the Kid Rock protégé.
About Uncle Kracker
Kracker was born Matthew Shafer in Mt. Clemens. The 48-year-old Michigan native got his start as a 'turntablist' (fancy term for DJ) for Kid Rock's Twisted Brown Trucker band.
After recording and playing live with Kid Rock, Uncle Kracker released his first solo album 'Double Wide' in 2000. Most of the album's production was handled by Kid Rock and the song 'Follow Me' put Kracker in the mainstream spotlight.
Harrison Twp. House Built in 2003
In the pics below, you'll see a lot of rockstar touches that were worked into the custom-built home. It features a downstairs pub and full kitchen, a tunnel around the perimeter, a gym, a wine cellar, a saltwater in-ground pool, a cabana, and a koi pond.
Be sure to check out the lighting. You'll see pictures from the main living room and master bedroom which feature recessed ceiling lights and custom LED strips in the crown molding.
According to the listing, the home has four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and four half bathrooms. It was last sold in 2015 for about $750,000 although some estimates have it valued at just over $1 million.
The house, located at 39151 Hamon in Harrison Township is touted as an 'entertainer's dream home.'
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