Legend has it, Pink Floyd stayed in one of the hillside cottages at Casa Madrona in Sausalito when they released their first album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn.
We're talking smashed windows and bathroom mishaps with razors.
But worry not. All the bad juju has been dispelled, especially in the gorgeously-updated Alexandrite Suite. The villa, which overlooks Richardson Bay and the city’s skyline, would improve the mood of any angry rocker.
From the sprawling, two-tiered terrace, you can take in awe-inspiring sunsets or lounge with friends by the fire pit. You’ll truly feel like a rock star with a master bedroom, 2.5 bathrooms, private study, hot tub, and even a secret staircase to the rest of the mansion.
Not to mention a gourmet kitchen with a private chef at your beck and call, fully-stocked wine bar, and private fitness center.
By the way, that secret door, leading to the second floor of the mansion, appears as a mirrored wall.
It's a truly trippy touch. Pink Floyd would approve.