Grammy-winning country star Glen Campbell is downsizing in the home department, thanks to the recent sale of his stunning-yet-comfy-looking Malibu mansion in a gated community.
Campbell, 76, who performed his Goodbye Tour for fans last year after sharing the news he has Alzheimer's disease, sold his California mansion, which was built in 2004 and boasts five-and-a-half bathrooms, for $4.45 million. The hit-maker first listed the property for sale in 2011 with Coldwell Banker's Malibu Colony office
Per a Jan. 5 report from RadarOnline, the selling price was $1.5 million less than the asking price, but still more than Campbell paid for the home -- with its views of the Santa Monica Bay and Catalina Island -- when he purchased it in 2005 for $3.425 million.
In 2009, the Country Music Hall of Fame inductee remodeled the Mediterranean-style house that features a billiard room, theater, living and family rooms, a den, four fireplaces and four bedrooms within its 6,540 square feet of living space. The home is situated on just under an acre and also boasts mature olive and palm trees and a swimming pool.
Although it's known if the home's new owner is among the celebrity set, it's clear the mansion was designed with a living legend in mind -- or at least a "Wichita Lineman"-turned-"Rhinestone Cowboy."
For more information about Campbell, including his latest music news, please access his official website.
- Slideshow and music video bonus: To see photos of the star-worthy mansion, simply access the slideshow at the top of this post. And to see the official music video for "A Better Place," is the second video from Glen Campbell's critically acclaimed album, "Ghost On The Canvas," please access the video embedded with this post.