The Grateful Dead House Listed for $1.389M

The Oakland Hills are alive with the sound of a new listing. According to Curbed, the home known as "the Grateful Dead House" recently hit the market for $1.389 million. The Piedmont Pines community crib, fit for any Deadhead, was rented in the late sixties by Owsley Stanley, an early sound man for the Dead. Click through to take a tour of what was once the party pad for the famous band.

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The Oakland Hills are alive with the sound of a new listing. <a href="http://sf.curbed.com/archives/2012/09/05/rest_your_head_where_the_grateful_dead_once_partied.php" target="_blank">According to Curbed, the home known as "the Grateful Dead House" recently hit the market for $1.389 million</a>. The Piedmont Pines community crib, fit for any Deadhead, was rented in the late sixties by Owsley Stanley, an early sound man for the Dead. Click through to take a tour of what was once the party pad for the famous band.
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The Spanish-style home boasts tons of arts and crafts details, as well as sweet grounds with detailed fountains and brick work.
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A view of the gorgeous living room, which features a vaulted ceiling and French doors that lead out to the terrace. Curbed reports that this home served as the Dead's party pad during Stanley's years here, though it almost looks too picturesque for rockstar parties.
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A closer look at the stunning stacked stone fireplace that graces the living room.
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The 1932 house measures over 3,500 square feet and sits on close to .40 acres in the Oakland Hills.
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The Grateful Dead house features this impressive dining room. Close your eyes and you can almost imagine Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir and Phil Lesh hanging out around the table.
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The sweet pad boasts numerous covered terraces.
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A look at the home's kitchen, which may look a little dated, though there aren't many properties on the market that can boast that the Grateful Dead partied there.
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For a more informal dining experience, head to the breakfast nook attached to the kitchen.
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A highlight of this crib includes a gorgeous log cabin family room. Take a look at all of the wood details that make you feel like you're in Lake Tahoe or the Adirondack's as opposed to the Oakland Hills.
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A view of the home's office/library.
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The historic abode features four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
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The home, most notably this bathroom, is chock full of intricate tile work, which came from the Muresque Tile Co. of Oakland, one of the premier West Coast tilemakers in the 1920s and 30s, according to Curbed.
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A view of the 40-foot swimming pool located in the backyard where we imagine a fair amount of the partying went down.
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