Aug 31, 2012 10:18 AM EDT
A home where The Beatles took a two-day LSD trip in 1965 is now for sale with a hefty price tag of $3.1 million.
The legendary band rented the home from actress and socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor to take a break from a North American tour, but when fans found the address and descended upon the property, The Beatles hunkered down inside and got high on acid.
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The home is a sprawling luxury villa in Beverly Hills and was also once owned by Cary Grant. The home's address - 2850 Benedict Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills - was discovered by fans desperate enough to meet their idols that they tried to climb a steep canyon to reach the home.
The 4,300-square-foot, Spanish-style abode boasts four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a wine cellar, two wet bars, five fireplaces, hardwood floors throughout, a six-car garage, a pool and 2.53 acres of land.
The Beatles invited a slew of famous friends over during the band's weeklong stay in 1965. Peter Fonda, Joan Baez and The Byrds are among the big names who visited the home.
While Fonda and The Byrds were at the villa, The Beatles and their guests took LSD and sat in an empty bathtub as they experienced the hallucinogens. Musical legend has it that comments Fonda made while he sat in the bathtub inspired John Lennon and Paul McCartney to write the song "She Said She Said."
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