After listing his crazy-cool Calabasas, CA, castle for $6 million in 2016 and finding no buyers, rock legend Tommy Lee has put the property back on the market for $4.65 million. He had bought the crib for $5.85 million over a decade ago.

The over-the-top mansion is currently decked out like a Zen-inspired retreat with a hard-rock edge. It comes with a two-story jungle atrium with waterfalls and retractable roof. The 10,000-square-foot mansion was built in 1987 and has six bedrooms and eight bathroom. It's located in the gated Vista Point neighborhood.

The bargain price might be motivated by the former Motley Crue drummer moving into a new chapter in his life. He's engaged to Vine star Brittany Furlan and perhaps ready to make new memories with her in a new home.

Considering the ultraspecific design and decor of the home, it's easy to see why it's been tricky to sell. We hope the new price will inspire a new generation of rockers to take up residence in the home and live life on the wild side. Drum kit not included.

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The Zen theme continues throughout the home—there's a koi pond in the living room and a gorgeous stone pool and spa out back. (The saltwater pool was custom-designed in the shape of a guitar.) The 13-car garage has been converted into a recording studio with subterranean, soundproof rooms.