Mötley Crüe Drummer Tommy Lee Lives In a Japanese-Style Home with Waterfalls and a  Koi Pond 

With his wild past lifestyle back into the spotlight thanks to the Hulu miniseries Pam & Tommy — which takes an in-depth look at the drummer’s widely publicized marriage to Pamela Anderson —

we thought fans would like an update on what Tommy Lee has been up to in recent years, and how he lives nowadays. 

In 2021, the Mötley Crüe drummer  changed his address and traded the celebrity-packed city of Calabasas for Brentwood, one of L.A.’ coolest neighborhoods.

The rock star bought a Zen-inspired property that’s spread on a double lot to make way for all of its waterfalls, magical pathways, lush trees, and Koi ponds.

Tommy Lee’s new house stands in stark contrast to the wild party house (with a  disco in the basement) that the rocker  once owned in Malibu, when he gave fans the tour on MTV Cribs.

Lee paid $4.15 million for the 4-bedroom Japanese-inspired house, which he shares with his 4th wife, social media star  Brittany Furlan. 

Inside, there's an open floorplan with  Zen-inspired interiors surrounded by wraparound glass.

It features unique artisan woodwork such as Japanese tansu cabinetry and Brazilian mahogany.

Interior design elements mimic the greenery-heavy outdoor areas. The entire home is meant to induce a sense of calm and invite relaxation (a striking contrast with Tommy's past party days). 

The interiors open up to a pool with waterfalls, dining deck, fire pit, barbecue island, and enclosed greenhouse-style garden room.

With its magical pathways, gardens of bamboo and fern trees, and Koi pond, the modern compound is a sanctuary home  and an escape from the bustling city life.

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Story: FancyPantsHomes.com Credit for images: Mike McNamara, ZenHouse / Joel Telling / Wiki Commons