Phil Spector's murder mansion is up for sale.
The house in Alhambra is where the producer shot dead Lana Clarkson back in 2003.
The sale is part of his divorce settlement from his third wife Rachelle.
Spector, 79, is currently serving a 19-years to life sentence for the murder of Lara Clarkson.
He will be eligible for parole in 2028
The stunning 40-year-old actress was found with a fatal gunshot wound to the mouth in the home's foyer.
The turreted mansion, known as the 'Pyrenees Castle', has been listed for sale just one month after the 16th anniversary of the actress' death.
The 8,700 square foot home boasts nine bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, three half bathrooms, two home offices, a hair salon and a butler's pantry.
It also comes equipped with a two full kitchens, a games room and an employee quarters, complete with a separate staff entrance.
The home also boasts a state-of-the-art security system and a music studio used by Spector.
Set on a hill it boasts a panoramic view of the San Gabriel Valley around it.
The home was built in 1925 by, Sylvester Dupuy, who modeled it on a chateau in the South of France.
After his conviction the house became infamous with many local tours adding it to their route.
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