Simmons, 71, has relisted his two-acre Benedict Canyon home for $25 million after some careful renovations.
The legendary vocalist previously listed the property for $22 million in October, but due to the pandemic and as a result, limited access to the home, it was removed from the market.
After investing some money into renovations, the “Strutter” singer is now ready to sell his property once again.
The home sits at 13,405 square feet.
It features a wealth of amenities, including a 60-foot water slide, a professional size tennis court and parking for 35 cars, according to TMZ.
Prior to the renovations, four out of the seven bedrooms of the home were adorned in KISS merchandise as an homage to Simmons’ world-famous band, but now the rooms have been redecorated to create a more widespread appeal.
Renovations for the property include the removal of said KISS merchandise, the addition of new windowpanes, brighter lighting as well as the updating and rearrangement of furniture
“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” stars Matt and Josh Altman currently hold the property listing.