Glenn Frey's amazing mansion in Los Angeles didn't go cheap, but the 9,000-square-foot house looks like it's worth every penny.

The late member of the Eagles, who died in January 2016 due to complications from ongoing intestinal issues, purchased the house with his wife Cindy in 2002. It was listed at $14.995 million in November 2017 and offered a number of stunning features to justify the high price tag.

The Spanish-style mansion, built in 1996, is located at 12829 Marlboro St. in Los Angeles' posh Brentwood neighborhood. According to Redfin, it boasts six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, all housed on expansive grounds offering "unparalleled privacy."

Special touches inside include plaster walls, wide-board wood and stone floors, three fireplaces, two family rooms, and an entertainer's basement with a bar and home theater. Outside, the nearly three-quarters of an acre grounds boast lovely rose gardens, a tiled pool and spa, a poolside cabana and a fitness center.

According to Variety, Cindy Frey has purchased a smaller home above Los Angeles' Sunset Strip, and the Freys have also been reported to own homes in Maui; La Quinta, Calif.; Colorado; and New York City. She sold the Los Angeles mansion in December 2017 for $14 million.

The Eagles have continued in the wake of Frey's death, performing with the addition of Vince Gill and Frey's son Deacon Gill joining the lineup. The group made their debut at the iconic Grand Ole Opry House on Oct. 29, and are currently on tour in North America.