Aerosmith’s Joe Perry Puts Duxbury Home On Sale For $4.5 Million


It looks like Aerosmith’s Joe Perry might be taking a “Permanent Vacation” from the South Shore. After living in Duxbury for 33 years, the guitarist has put his gated compound on the market for $4.5 million.

Perry’s “Brook Haven Farm” is a 14-room, 7-acre estate at 1405 Tremont St., located near the Marshfield town line. The property includes a rooftop garden, barn with stalls, gym, media room, billiards room and, of course, a heated pool that’s shaped like a Gibson guitar.

As amazing as all that is, probably the coolest part about the estate is the Boneyard, Perry’s basement studio. Aerosmith used the space to record parts of their 2001 album “Just Push Play,” as well as the 2004 album “Honkin’ on Bobo.” Perry also recorded three solo albums there.

Perry’s Aerosmith bandmates have all lived in the South Shore at one point in time. Steven Tyler, Joey Kramer and Brad Whitford have all lived in Marshfield, while Tom Hamilton has called the Cape home. Tyler and Perry also previously owned restaurant and music club Mount Blue in Norwell.

Last September, Perry and his wife, Billie Paulette, sold their farm in Vermont. They moved to Duxbury in 1988, after getting married in 1985.

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