BEVERLY HILLS—Singer and music legend, Tom Jones has put his house in Beverly Hills on the market with a listing price of $8 million. The mansion features 8,146 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. The home features a double-height foyer with a large skylight, as well as a curved staircase with polished hardwood floors that span through the living areas.

According to Variety News, the home features a carved fireplace that anchors the step-down formal living room; the paneled library/office is lined on two walls with floor-to-ceiling bookcases; and the dining room, which has French doors and leopard print chairs, adjoins an ample family/media room with wet bar, fireplace, and state-of-the-art projection system with drop-down screen.

The kitchen offers an array of name-brand designer appliances, black granite counter tops on simple Shaker-style cabinetry and a doublewide center island with integrated snack bar. The mansion has three guest bedrooms on the second floor with walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms. The master suite encompasses a large bedroom, roomy sitting area with fireplace, two bathrooms, two walk-in dressing rooms and several sets of French doors that open to wrought iron railed Juliet balconies with canyon, mountain and city lights views. The home also has an elevator service on all floors.

Tom Jones, known as Sir Thomas John Woodward is best known for his six-decade music career. Some of his hits include “What’s New Pussycat,” “She’s A Lady,” and “Sex Bomb.”

This estate was home to Jones and his late wife, Lady Linda Woodward. Woodward died almost a year ago after a long battle with cancer. Sir Woodward and Lady Woodward were married for almost 60 years.