Warren Haynes, guitarist for The Allman Brothers Band, may not live in this Upper Nyack home anymore, but it sure does look like it’s inhabited by a musician. From the outside, the five-bedroom Colonial appears to be a standard suburban spread, but inside, the animal-print rugs (and actual animal sculptures), neon and furry accents, and massive shoe collection scream rock star. And it can all be yours for $2 million (h/t NYP).
The home sits on 1.7 acres of perfectly manicured lawns with Hudson River views. There’s a rear patio and a large, heated pool.
Enter through a grand foyer with limestone floors featuring a marble inlay, a sweeping staircase, and double-height ceilings. Himalayan sculptures and Buddhas appear throughout.
The semi-octagon-shaped great room boasts elaborate crown and dentil moldings, an oversized fireplace, decorative archways, 18-foot ceilings, a wet bar, wine fridge and ice maker, and French doors to the yard.
Off the other side of the foyer is a billiards room where the purple hue carries over in the table’s felt. Illuminated letter art seems to be a favorite of the homeowner.
In the back is the granite and stainless steel kitchen. It’s fairly understated, save for the funky striped column, but the adjacent dining room brings in the funk factor with a mix of lucite and black chairs draped in furry throws and a colorful, furry rug.
The first floor has another living room and an office, both with the home’s signature black-and-white scheme infused with pop art touches and quirky extras. There’s also a laundry room.
The giant master suite has two window seats in the bedroom, a spa-like marble bath, and a large walk-in closet that displays the aforementioned shoe collection.
In the basement is another family room, as well as an eight-seat movie theater.
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Photos via Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty