By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter
The Beach Boys' Mike Love is determined to hit the road and move on from his magnificent coastal California estate and has relisted the home for a reduced price of $5.995 million.
The house, in the opulent town of Pebble Beach, has yo-yoed on and off the market since 2008, when it was first priced at $7.875 million, reported Zillow.com.
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Built in 2003, the Tuscan-style house has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms and sits on an acre of lush landscaping near the famous golf course. The 9,000 square foot house comes complete with formal and informal dining spaces, generous patios, wine cellar, elevator, exercise, entertainment and game rooms plus views of the Pacific Ocean.
Love, who is cousin to fellow band members Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson, told the Wall Street Journal that he and his wife wanted to make "a life style change" now their children have grown up, and the couple will no doubt be spending more time in the future at their primary residence in Incline Village near Lake Tahoe.
50 years after the Pet Sounds singers first hit the charts with their fun surf culture inspired pop songs, The Beach Boys are back together again with a reunion tour and are in talks to make another album together.
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