Tony Iommi, the guitarist for Black Sabbath, has listed his estate, replete with a home theater and six acres of property, for sale
However, at £2.65 million, any ardent metal fans looking to snag the pinnacle of celebrity memorabilia may want to reconsider.
The Netherwood, a 109-year-old Edwardian house, also has a custom sound system, cutting-edge security, and stained glass windows.
Rock legend Toni Iommi has put his 109-year-old Edwardian mansion up for sale for £2.65million
The six-bedroom home, in Lapworth, Warwickshire, comes with its own home cinema room (pictured)
In this image gold and silver discs charting Black Sabbath’s success hanging on the walls – along with the full-sized snooker table which is included in the price
Iommi said in 2012 that he was thinking of downsizing during his battle with blood cancer
Iommi said he was thinking of downsizing in 2012 during a well-publicised battle with lymphoma, a type of blood cancer.
The house, in Lapworth, Warwickshire, originally went on sale in September last year, priced at £3million, but after several months on the market Iommi has been forced to slash the asking price by £350,000 in the hopes of a quick sale.
The house has original features such as open fireplaces and stained glass windows, but also features some new rock star additions such as a recording studio and a baby piano.
The house was built in 1905 and includes several period features such as stained glass windows
The home also contains several open fireplaces, alongside more modern touches – such as a bespoke sound system and state-of-the-art security
Black Sabbath are credited with pioneering heavy metal music and had hits including Paranoid and Iron Man
The band released a new album, 13, last year – though Iommi has since said there is no plan for a follow-u
The mansion comes with six acres of grounds, including this annex which houses the recording studio
Rock stars: Iommi (centre) pictured alongside band-mates Ozzy Osborne (left) and Geezer Butler (right)
Last year they released their latest album 13, which was critically acclaimed and topped charts around the world, while Iommi was awarded an honorary degree from Coventry University.
Iommi, who was diagnosed with cancer in January 2012, thanked his fans for their support on his official website and stated he expects to finish his treatment this year.
He wrote: ‘We’ve some good things lined up for the coming year, firstly the Grammys, then some dates in the US and Canada, and in the summer a quick trip round Europe.
Iommi originally put the house up for sale last September with an asking price of £3million, but has since slashed £350,000 from the asking price in order to secure a quick sale
Estate agents John Shepard, who are handling the sale, say there is space for a plasma TV in almost every room
Black collar worker: Iommi breaks with his hell-raising image by fitting a study into one of the rooms
King sized: Just of the huge six bedrooms in the house – which is known as Netherwood
‘I should also be finishing my regular treatment and I’m hoping to not get so tired, all positive.’
While fans have been eagerly awaiting a follow-up to 13, Iommi has recently said band members are all too busy to think seriously about recording another album.
Butler has also voiced his concerns, adding that any new material might not get the same acclaim as 13, which was the group’s first chart-topper for 43 years.
With a dining table next to the kitchen, and this full sized dining room, the home would be perfect for families