If the walks could talk, the stories would be as riveting as your favorite Grateful Dead song to say the least! This single-family residence located in Northern California’s Marin County is the same house that Grateful Dead bandleader Jerry Garcia owned at the time of his death in 1995.
The Mediterranean-style house has more than 7,000 square feet of living space and sets on an 11-acre spread that looks out onto the Pacific Ocean and Mount Tamalpais. The celebrity once-owned property is listed at $3.995 million. It is in Nicasio, Calif., which is approximately 30 miles north of San Francisco.
The Grateful Dead has one of the most loyal and largest fan base in musical history. Jerry Garcia, the band’s beloved late leader, is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and is on Rolling Stones’ 100 Greatest Guitar Players of All Time tributary list.