AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams is selling two of his properties. The Wall Street Journal reports that Williams has listed his Savannah, Georgia townhouse and a Fort Myers, Florida home. The Georgia townhouse is a restored home that was originally built in 1872. Williams and his wife bought the home in 2006 for $1.5 million to stay there while they visited their son who attended college in the area. They spent over a year renovating the four-bedroom home and added an English pub-style bar. The three-story townhouse has a side garden and a carriage house with two bedrooms. There are five garage spaces. This home is listed at $1.95 million.
The couple is also selling a four-bedroom home in Fort Myers, Florida. That home is a two-story Mediterranean-style home with a courtyard in Edgewater of Gulf Harbour. This home has a outdoor kitchen with gas grill and bonus soundproof music studio/exercise/hobby room over garage. The courtyard lanai includes a woodburning fireplace with a gas starter and the pool is screened in. The home is prepared for storm season with a whole house backup generator with 500 gallon propane tank, as well as new impact windows. It is listed at $1.375 million and the listing says that the furniture can also be purchased.
Gallery: Cliff Williams in Savannah
Gallery: Cliff Williams in Florida