Metallica Drummer Lars Ulrich's Mansion Sells for $10.3 Million

See the sweeping bay views

A Bay Area mansion where Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich once lived has sold for $10.3 million.

The 13,000 square-foot home in Tiburon, Marin County has sweeping bay views, a recording studio, indoor basketball court, sauna and aquarium. The six bedroom, nine bathroom property also has a bar area that features large wall art of the snake from the cover of Metallica’s black album.

Public records list Ulrich as a past owner of the property, which is now under a trust.

Metallica will embark on a tour of South America in April before headlining five U.S. festivals. They’ve been spending their down time doing good all over the world.

The band announced last week that it was extending its Metallica Scholars Initiative into a second year by adding five more colleges to the program. It provides support to community colleges to enhance their career and technical education programs.

Metallica also pledged $750,000 to support wildfire relief efforts in Australia. Both endeavors were accomplished through their All Within My Hands Foundation.

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