The Tiburon, California mansion tied to Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich has sold for $10.3 million, well under its original listing price of $12 million.
The 13,000-square-foot home in Marin County has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
It features a recording studio, underground sport court, pool, sauna and an aquarium over a bathtub, among many other rock star amenities.
The sale includes two separate adjoining lots, which the current homeowner purchased years ago to better secure his privacy.
Public records list Ulrich as a past owner of the mansion, which is now under a trust.
Last year, Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett sold his San Francisco mansion for $11.7 million.
Even though Metallica was formed in Los Angeles in 1981 by founders Ulrich and James Hetfield, the band has been based in San Francisco for most of their career.
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