The musician is best recognized as the founding member and drummer of the heavy metal band Mötley Crüe, though he also founded rap-metal band Methods of Mayhem. Tommy has also pursued a solo music career and has made TV show appearances, including the NBC show Tommy Lee Goes to College.   See: World’s best homes – tour the globe’s most beautiful houses Tommy’s new home acts as a juxtaposition to his heavy rock-n-roll career and lifestyle, as the property is a tropical sanctuary – inspired by Japanese modernity. The architecturally crafted home was curated to exhibit a Zen-like indoor-outdoor living space throughout its entire 4,266 square feet. Situated amid a stunning canyon in the northern part of the San Francisco Bay Area, this four-bedroom home accentuates the beauty of its surrounding environment through its spacious open floorplan living. This living, dining, and kitchen area flows into a large pool with waterfalls, a dining deck fire pit, a barbecue island, and a secret greenhouse-style garden room. The property pays homage to unique international design – through its antique Japanese tansu custom cabinetry in the kitchen area and Brazilian mahogany countertops. See: Living room ideas – clever ways to decorate living spaces The luxe flow between the interior and exterior spaces continues into the serene master bedroom, which boasts double-height ceilings and a large window wall that drenches the room in the golden Californian sunshine. The bedroom also leads onto a tranquil garden courtyard, dual baths, and custom closets, fit for a rockstar, of course. However, perhaps the crowning jewel of the home is a secret spiral staircase, learning from the bedroom-office space to a vast yoga and art room. The floor leads onto a balcony that looks down onto the kaleidoscopic maze below. Amongst this extraordinary garden is an array of sun-glazed plants, ferns, and bamboo.  See: Kitchen ideas – decor and decorating ideas for all kitchens  The fairytale garden also boasts magical pathways that lead to a Koi pond with waterfalls, a herb garden – and the pièce de résistance – an authentic Japanese teahouse. Yes, really. It’s becoming increasingly clear why Tommy Lee fell for this fun-filled but therapeutic sanctuary.  Emil Hartoonian and Nicholas Siegfried of The Agency (opens in new tab) represented Lee, while Marco Rufo of The Agency held the listing.