Phil Spector’s castle sells in Alhambra for $3.3 Million

The Alhambra mansion where famed music producer Phil Spector shot and killed Lana Clarkson in 2003 has sold after two years on the market.

The castle-like home at 1700 Grand View Drive sold for $3.3 million, well under the $5.5 million original listing from 2019, according to The Los Angeles Times.

The home has undergone a range of price cuts since that initial offering. Spector bought the property in 1998 for $1.1 million.

Spector’s former home, known as Pyrenees Castle, spans 10,590 square feet and rests on about 2.7 acres. The house has nine bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. It was designed by Sylvester Dupey, and its most distinct features are four turrets.

Spector died in prison in January, while serving his sentence after getting sentenced to second-degree murder in 2009. His daughter Nicole Audrey Spector said he died from complications of Covid-19.

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