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See Inside Gene Simmons' $22M Massive Mansion & A Jaw-Dropping Aerial View: Photos

Inside Gene Simmons' Benedict Canyon Home
Source: Christopher Amitrano/Douglas Elliman

Dec. 11 2020, Updated 2:07 p.m. ET

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Ready to live out your rockstar fantasies? Kiss frontman Gene Simmons' ultra extravagant pad could be yours for $22 million!

After three decades of bunking in L.A.'s Benedict Canyon, the legendary bassist, 71, and his wife, 63-year-old former model Shannon Tweed, are relocating to a 24-acre spread near Washington State's Mount Rainier, putting their one-of-a-kind abode up for grabs with Douglas Elliman's Josh and Matt Altman.

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The couple bought the land in 1984 for just $1.35 million and spent about five years (and a lot more cash) transforming it into the 16,000-square-foot compound it is today.

A long, winding driveway leads to the majestic three-story mansion, complete with seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and plenty of wrought iron accented terraces.

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The residence, which was fully renovated in 2000, features a dramatic living room with 30-foot tall ceilings and a glitzy formal dining room with seating for eight under a chandelier. Elsewhere in the manse, there's a wine cellar, a library and a billiards/games room.

While the decadent digs will surely attract some big-name buyers, Simmons doesn't want to pass it on to just anyone. According to reports, he's requested a personal meeting with the next owner to ensure his family jewel is left in good hands.

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Scroll through to see more of his incredible pad!

Inside Gene Simmons' Benedict Canyon Home
Source: Christopher Amitrano/Douglas Elliman

Don’t expect any problems finding parking: The property has space for more than three dozen cars!

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Inside Gene Simmons' Benedict Canyon Home
Source: Christopher Amitrano/Douglas Elliman

Now that’s how you make a first impression! The domed 40-foot-high foyer features a curved staircase and yellow damask wall coverings.

Inside Gene Simmons' Benedict Canyon Home
Source: Christopher Amitrano/Douglas Elliman

Simmons said he’ll always think of the estate as “home,” but is moving out of state to escape California’s high taxes.

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Inside Gene Simmons' Benedict Canyon Home
Source: Christopher Amitrano/Douglas Elliman

European flair! The plush family room has a fancy coffered ceiling, stone fireplace and arched French doors.

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Source: Shannon Lee Tweed Simmons/Instagram

Shannon showed off her Mother's Day bouquet in the gourmet kitchen, which includes a large island and built-in cabinets.

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Source: Shannon Lee Tweed Simmons/Instagram

Pets allowed! Sophie cuddled up to her parents' four pooches in the bright dining nook.

Inside Gene Simmons' Benedict Canyon Home
Source: Christopher Amitrano/Douglas Elliman

Bedrooms are filled with plenty of natural light, providing a beautiful start to the day.

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Inside Gene Simmons' Benedict Canyon Home
Source: Christopher Amitrano/Douglas Elliman

Pool party, anyone? The expansive backyard is the perfect place for outdoor hangs.

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Source: Gene Simmons/Instagram

Empty nesters: The couples' adult kids, Nick and Sophie, now share a $2.285 million mansion in the Hollywood Hills.

Inside Gene Simmons' Benedict Canyon Home
Source: Christopher Amitrano/Douglas Elliman

The meticulously landscaped 1.84-acre lot boasts a lighted tennis court and pool, complete with a 60-foot water slide.

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