Fleetwood Mac’s John McVie Sells Hawaii House for $5.4 Million
Fleetwood Mac bassist John McVie has sold his house in Honolulu for $5.4 million. You can see pictures of it below.
According to the listing, the 9,042-square-foot, two-story house at 3124 Noela Drive is right at the base of Diamond Head, the volcanic tuff cone that's become a symbol of Honolulu and is a national landmark. The property contains five bedrooms, five full and two half-bathrooms and a large courtyard with a pool and barbecue area for entertaining. It also contains vaulted ceilings, an updated kitchen, media room, a three-car garage and many windows to allow natural light to fill the house. The master suite includes an office, a wood-paneled dressing room and a sitting area. There are also separate quarters for a maid or a guest.
The house, which was built in 1989 and remodeled 10 years later, sits on an 18,7840-square-foot gated lot with a gated entrance and lots of palm trees for extra privacy, and provides views of Diamond Head, the city and the ocean. it's within walking distance to Kapiolani Park and the beaches of Waikiki.
According to the Los Angeles Times, McVie purchased it more than a decade ago for $5 million, and it had been listed it for $6.25 million.
Back in January, his bandmate Lindsey Buckingham listed his house in Brentwood, Calif., for $22.5 million. It's a six-bedroom, 10-bathroom Modern Georgian estate that sits on a 35,000-square-foot-lot, complete with two kitchens, a pool and a fountain. You can see pictures of it here.