Take a look inside crooner Paul Anka’s house in Thousand Oaks, Calif., now on the market for $10 million

Legendary hitmaker Paul Anka has been making moves on Cali’s real estate scene as of late, placing his remarkable Thousand Oaks mansion on sale for $10 million.

Known for hits like Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Diana, and My Way, Anka is considered one of the greatest songwriters of our time.

The 82-year-old Canadian icon has over 900 songs to his credit and is now worth over $80 million.

This magnificent residence has served as the singer’s primary home for an impressive 16-year span.

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Paul Anka's house in Thousand Oaks

Located behind the guarded gates of the exclusive Sherwood Country Club, the French-inspired mansion boasts classical elegance and stunning views.

Anka reportedly owns multiple homes in California, with his Thousand Oaks mansion being one of the more impressive ones.

He bought the property in 2007 for $3.9 million and spent a fortune to customize it to his liking.

The 7,791-square-foot mansion has four ensuite bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a semi-open layout with luxurious stone floors, high ceilings, and designer light fixtures.

The newly updated chef’s kitchen has a massive center island, a spacious pantry, and a breakfast nook.

The dining and family rooms have fully collapsible doors, offering unobstructed views and seamless access to spacious patios for dining and relaxing poolside.

Other amenities include a billiards room, a wine cellar, and of course, a state-of-the-art recording studio.

Outside, there’s a dreamy backyard with an infinity pool, an air-conditioned glass gym, and several lounging areas.

And if that’s not enough to satisfy the pickiest buyers, maybe some A-list neighbors will do the trick.

Paul Anka’s house sits in the coveted Sherwood Country Club, whose past members include stars like Sean Connery, Kenny G, Mel Gibson, Caitlyn Jenner, Jack Nicholson, and Joe Pesci, to name just a few.

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