Glen Campbell's Family Selling California Home
The family of country singer Glen Campbell is selling their California home.
The property in Agoura Hills – just north of Calabasas – is listed for $960,000 U.S.
The 1,938-square-foot, three-bedroom home, built in 1965, includes the Campbell family’s Agoura Borealis recording studio, which was built in the three-car garage.
The studio was where music for the Grammy-winning documentary I’ll Be Me was recorded.
The nearly 9,000-square-foot lot includes a pool.
In recent years, Campbell’s son Cal lived in the home.
Campbell died last August after a battle with Alzheimer’s. He was 81.
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