Grateful Dead Bassist Phil Lesh Selling Calif. Mansion for $10.3M

Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh is selling his 2-acre, seven-bedroom estate in Ross, California, for $10.35 million. Lesh has played with the band since 1965 and was diagnosed with bladder cancer last year. He's expected to make a full recovery.

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An elegant country estate owned by Grateful Dead bass player Phil Lesh and his wife, Jill, is on the market for $10.35 million.
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Former Grateful Dead bass player Phil Lesh is selling his 2-acre estate in Ross, California, for $10.3 million.
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The home was designed by San Francisco native Conrad Meussdorffer.
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A bright, spacious kitchen includes state-of-the-art appliances.
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The sunny master suite looks out at the lush foliage lining the property.
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The bedrooms are flooded with natural light.
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The estate includes a pool and outdoor fireplace for entertaining.
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The property boasts elaborate gardens with beautiful stonework and outdoor seating.
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The home contains a massive wine cellar.
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The mansion contains 5 1/2 bathrooms, including this one with a tub and large vanity.
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A second bathroom is finely accented.
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The laundry room includes plenty of shelving, counter space and windows.
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An attached three-car garage is included.
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