Want a piece of Grateful Dead history? If you have $10.35 million to spend, you might want to consider buying the house currently owned by Phil Lesh. The Grateful Dead bassist just put his home in Marin County (outside of San Francisco, CA) up for that asking price, according to the New York Post.

According to the report, Lesh bought the house in 2002 for $9.35 million. It was first built in 1906, but has since been updated, and features seven bedrooms and six bathrooms. Not too shabby!

If you want to peek inside Phil Lesh’s home of the last 14 years, check out a couple images of the property posted on Zillow. There are more images available on their website as well.