See Steven Tyler's Awesome New House In Maui

Most people purchase their homes for very functional and rational reasons. Whether it be space, proximity to work or closeness to family, these factors often guide the decision-making process, but when someone has enough money for a second home, aesthetics and coolness can play bigger roles. That enviable monetary position is the one Aerosmith frontman and American Idol judge Steven Tyler is in, which is why the sixty-three year old has just bought an incredibly sweet house on Maui.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the sale price was just south of five million, which isn’t too bad for a quarter acre, three thousand square foot beauty with a view and a saltwater pool located directly next to a nature preserve. The property was previously owned by Fred Constant, a vineyard owner in Napa Valley. He reportedly unloaded the house because he wasn’t using it very often. His loss is Tyler’s gain.

There’s no word yet on how often the lead singer or his new fiancé might use the place, but it seems ideal for a couple multi-week retreats a year in between tours and American Idol seasons. Traveling is awesome, but there’s nothing quite like going to a beautiful place and still sleeping in your own bed. You can take a peek at what it looks like below…

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