Aerosmith’s Joe Perry’s House Sells

by Liz Hughes

Aerosmith lead guitarist Joe Perry’s seven-acre Duxbury home has a new owner. 

Originally listed in September for $4.5 million, listing agent Janet Koelsch of Coldwell Banker’s Scituate office confirmed with Boston Agent magazine that the home is under agreement. 

Listed by Janet and Bert Koelsch and located at 1405 Tremont St., the 14-room country estate known as Brook Haven Farm boasts a detached-stonefront carriage house, a pool in the shape of a Gibson guitar and a three-stall barn with tack room “boasting ethereal views of marsh and pond,” according to the listing. Buyers will also find a billiard room, high-tech media room and rooftop deck. The property also includes a second lot, custom double-entrance gates and is completely fenced. 

When the house was listed in the fall, Koelsch told Boston Agent that Brook Haven Farm was a unique property for the area. “It’s just magnificent, and to find over seven acres in Duxbury that is so private doesn’t even exist. It’s beautiful,” she said.

And it has a lot of history. 

The home’s basement recording studio is where many Aerosmith songs were recorded over the years, including “Living on the Edge,” “Crying,” “Fever” and others, according to Koelsch. The studio, known as the Boneyard, is where the band recorded its 2004 live blues album “Honkin’ on Bobo” and 2001’s “Just Push Play.” Perry recorded three solo albums there as well. 

Many famous musicians and songwriters spent time in the Boneyard over the years, including Desmond Child, Diane Warren, Lenny Kravitz,  Chuck Berry’s piano player Johnny Johnson, and many others.

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