Glen Campbell, who performed in what was called his final concert tour last year after being stricken with Alzheimer's disease, has sold his Malibu mansion for $4.45 million, a painful $1.5 million less than the original asking price.
According to the L.A.Times, the 76-year-old country legend who made the songsRhinestone Cowboy and Southern Nightsfamous, bought the property in 2005 for $3.425 million.
Built in 2004 and remodeled in 2009, the Mediterranean-style house in a gated Malibu community boasts a theater with a billiard room, living and family rooms, a den, four fireplaces, four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and 6,540 square feet of living space. It sits on less than an acre with palm and olive trees and a swimming pool and features views of the Santa Monica Bay and Catalina Island.
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The star, who told the public two years ago that he suffers from Alzheimer's disease, listed the house for $5,950,000 in 2011.
Campbell, whose fourth wife Kim helps him cope with his illness, had a hit song called By the Time I Get to Phoenix and also owns a home in Phoenix, Arizona.