The late, great drumming legend Vinnie Paul of Pantera fame (and HELLYEAH and Damageplan) was a tried and true Texan for life. His brother Dime and the rest of the Pantera crew repped Texas around the world, from the humble small club beginnings all the way up to the arena headlining days.
So, it should be of no surprise that Vinnie’s last home was in the infamous Lone Star State. If you – like us – just happen to have a cool $750,000 hidden under your mattress for a rainy day, you could use that cash to actually purchase Vinnie’s former property.
The 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom, 3,784 square foot property was recently listed on Zillow.com. It sits atop 1.5 acres, features 40-plus-foot-ceilings, 2 game rooms and a safe room (not sure if this like a panic room or what, but still sounds badass).
You can check out a virtual tour of the listing below, and if you are the lucky buyer, you can PayPal us a tiny finder’s fee:
One cool touched we noticed – VIP passes and laminates still remain on one of the bathroom mirrors. Presumably from previous tours and/or just hanging backstage with friends in fellow famous bands:
On a more sentimental note, Vinnie Paul is truly missed. I mean, just take 1 minute to appreciate what is probably the sickest double bass drum part of all time (2nd maybe only to the infamous Angel of Death Dave Lombardo solo). Pasted below for your enjoyment as well because why the hell not?
Words by: The Pit staff.