For the family who likes to stay at home, the floor plan offers a master suite on the bell floor and flexible space for guest suites or offices with bathrooms on the middle floor. After two years and some price cuts, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member David Coverdale appears to be on the verge of selling his rock star home. Whitesnake is best known for the power ballad “Here I Go Again,” which reached new heights. “Here I Go Again” was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 as a member of Deep Purple. Last month, the Whitesnake frontman sang a new song, and the closed estate was valued at $6.8 million. The longtime Incline Village, NV, resident bought the property in 1988 for $923,077, according to realtor.com®, and added numerous rockabilly touches. The editors at realtor.com® offer a wide variety of recommended products. If you click on the link to the seller selling the product, we may receive a commission. Gorgeous room with glass walls and fireplace adjacent to formal dining room. realtor.com® is the official website of the National Association of REALTORS® and is operated by Move, Inc, a subsidiary of News Corp. Built in 1988, the home is more than 9,000 square feet with four bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and glass walls. Kerry Donovan, Megan Parr Warren and Debbie Hansen of Donovan Luxury Group at Chase International – Incline Village were responsible for the listing. In addition to the swing room, the home features a bar, library, home theater and outdoor living room with a fireplace and grotto. The swing room features memorabilia, animal-themed furniture and built-in bookshelves for a collection of music and books. The 69-year-old Englishman, best known as the vocalist of Deep Purple, formed the band Whitesnake in 1978. But a year later, unable to find a buyer, Coverdale dropped the price to $7.65 million. The property, located near Lake Tahoe, is in the spotlight and was last offered for $6.8 million. Perhaps the value of privacy, space and entertainment under one roof has taken on new appeal.