Take the Money and Run: Steve Miller Lists His $16 Million Idaho Compound
The property boasts a recording studio, barn and archive building
Steve Miller's Country Compound Rocks
The classic rock legend is prepared to let go of a one-of-a-kind property in Ketchum, Idaho, for $16 million. In addition to his own home, the 13-acre parcel includes several specialized outbuildings including a recording studio, where a number of Steve Miller Band tracks were recorded.
Home on the Range
The sprawling main house, built in 1989, has three bedrooms and four baths, and boasts frontage on two rivers. The grounds also include a gym, tennis court and swimming pool.
Three guest cottages offer comfortable accomodations for visitors like Paul and Linda McCartney.
Inside, the ranch-style layout features cathedral ceilings, massive windows, several fireplaces and a 4+ car garage.
Out of House
A wood-clad art barn, archive building and music studio dot the property, which also offers access to groomed ski and snowshoe trails in the winter and fly fishing in the summer.
The archive building, pictured, features stained glass windows and a custom facility for art storage including a high-security vault for instruments and paintings.
Play Your Music in the Sun
The Steve Miller Band song "Wide River" was recorded in the state-of-the-art studio as a tribute to the Wood River running along the front of the property.