According to the Los Angeles Times, POISON singer Bret Michaels has purchased a home in Westlake Village, California for $3.49 million.
The 2.6-acre property, which was built in 1989, includes a two-story 6,683-square-foot house with six bedrooms and six bathrooms, plus a powder room. There are also a library/office, a family room wet bar with a temperature-controlled wine wall; a gym; as well as a swimming pool, a sports court, manicured lawns, fountains, an outdoor kitchen and fireplace, patios, decks and walkways.
Michaels recently listed his house in a gated Calabasas community for $3.649 million.
Bret has just released rock-and-country-crossover single, "Girls On Bars". The song was co-written with Michaels's good friend and fellow Pennsylvanian Luke Laird, who is a Grammy Award-winning songwriter of hits like LITTLE BIG TOWN's "Pontoon", Eric Church's "Talladega" and Luke Bryan's "I See You"."
"Girls On Bars" is the first single from Bret's upcoming album, "True Grit", featuring 21 new and classic Michaels hits, including POISON classics "Nothin' But A Good Time", "Something To Believe In" and "Every Rose Has Its Thorn". Released on May 5, the CD features guest appearances by Jimmy Buffett, LYNYRD SKYNYRD's Gary Rossington and Rickey Medlocke, Rascal Flatts and Loretta Lynn.
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