Otis Williams, the baritone co-founder of The Temptations, has listed his Woodland Hills home for sale.
The last surviving original member of Grammy-winning Motown group used the house as “a low-maintenance home he could lock up and leave,” reported the Los Angeles Times. He bought the home for $485,000 in July 1999, according to property records. Williams’ home is currently listed for $849,000.
Williams was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of The Temptations. The long-running group had hits such as “Can’t Get Next to You,” “My Girl” and “Papa Was a Rolling Stone.” At age 71, he continues to tour today.
Williams’ crash pad of a home isn’t too shabby for a place he just locked up and left. The gated two-story home at 21411 Dumetz Rd, Woodland Hills, CA 91364 measures 3,610 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The home boasts vaulted ceilings, a light-filled floor plan and en-suite baths in every bedroom.
The listing is held by Los Angeles real estate agent Marty Trugman of Teles Properties.