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AC/DC Drummer Sells Infamous New Zealand Mansion

  • A lucky buyer in New Zealand just purchased an expensive piece of rock memorabilia, picking up Phil Rudd’s Bay of Plenty mansion for a cool $4 million ($2.71M USD).
  • The AC/DC drummer had owned the 6,300 square-foot, six-bedroom home, made up from two apartments on a gated property for nine years, before deciding to downsize. Rudd will remain in the area, where he has lived since the early-1980s.
  • Adding to the mansion’s charm is its history. Rudd served out his eight-month home detention sentence there for his death threats and drug possession charges back in 2015.
  • Rudd was kicked out of the band at that time, but reportedly he was seen in Vancouver recently, allegedly recording with the Australian rockers.
  • What’s the most you paid for a piece of rock memorabilia? Was it worth it? Where do you have it?

    <blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” data-lang=”en”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>Rockstar Phil Rudd sells his Tauranga waterfront mansion for $4m <a href=””></a> <a href=””></a></p>&mdash; Stuff (@NZStuff) <a href=””>March 6, 2019</a></blockquote>
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