When Ronnie James Dio died in May, he left behind a 50-year catalogue featuring some of metal's best and most influential songs. He also left a freakin' huge mansion in Encino, CA, with all the touches of an over-the-top rock star who sang about medieval sorcery.
Take the 200-year-old wood floors imported from France, for example, or the actual bar from the Kings Arms pub in Chicqwell Essex, England, circa 1820. And for those who are musically inclined, there's a recording studio in the basement. And, of course, a giant pool to party in.
The 29-year-old, five-bedroom, five-bath, 5,000-plus square foot home is currently on the market for $3.3 million. Got the cash? Give ol' real estate broker Marko Babineau, at... (click here for more info).