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Photos: 1000-square-foot Palo Alto Craftsman that housed Grateful Dead band members listed for $2.7 million


Living room of Craftsman home.

A 1,008-square-foot Palo Alto home that once housed Grateful Dead band members is for sale for $2.695 million.

The property known as the Grateful Dead house in Palo Alto is for sale for $2.695 million (Open Homes). 

Founding member bassist Phil Lesh rented the home and fellow band member Bob Weir once lived in the garage. The band used to rehearse in the garage in the early days of the legendary band.

The property known as the Grateful Dead house in Palo Alto is for sale for $2.695 million (Open Homes). 
The property known as the Grateful Dead house in Palo Alto is for sale for $2.695 million (Open Homes). 

Located in “Professorville,” near Stanford University, the compact home has two bedrooms and one bath. It features an eat-in kitchen, abundant natural light and a large outdoor space.

The property known as the Grateful Dead house in Palo Alto is for sale for $2.695 million (Open Homes). 

Helen Lippert with Compass is the listing agent.

The property known as the Grateful Dead house in Palo Alto is for sale for $2.695 million (Open Homes). 

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