When you’ve got the moves like Mick Jagger, a relaxing place to crash is a necessity.
The Rolling Stones have finally kicked off their pandemic-delayed US tour, No Filter, and the 78-year-old frontman has set up a homestead in America with his longtime choreographer girlfriend, Melanie Hamrick.
When he’s not rocking the stage during the band’s 13-date tour — or showing off his dancing skills on Instagram — the rock legend lays his head at the $2 million Florida home he shares with Hamrick, 34, and their 4-year-old son, Deveraux.
Jagger purchased the four-bedroom, six-bathroom property in 2020 amid talks of a comeback tour after having spent a year recovering from heart surgery.
The home, located in the private, guard-gated community of Lakewood Ranch, Sarasota, spans more than 5,700 square feet.
Interior architectural details include a dramatic coffered ceiling that stretches across the gathering room, a breakfast room and a gourmand’s kitchen with high-end appliances.
Floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room boast panoramic lake views.
Multiple outdoor rooms are scattered throughout the property, which includes an expansive terrace off the primary bedroom.
Exterior amenities include a full summer kitchen, fireplace, updated open-air pool and spa and covered areas for dining, according to the listing.
The primary suite has its own wing and veranda with a summer kitchen, fireplace and separate stairwell to the main level. The en-suite bath comes with an oversized walk-in rain shower, soaking tub and custom-built walk-in closet.
Jagger and Hamrick have been dating since 2014, with sources previously telling The Post that he and Hamrick are very close while friends hope they’ll tie the knot.
“Time will tell. In the meantime, the two are happy playing house in all of Mick’s properties around the world,” the insider explained.
Page Six previously reported that the couple’s relationship had deepened further while they were locked down together during the pandemic, and Hamrick was by Jagger’s side during his heart surgery last year.
Hamrick and Jagger collaborated on a ballet that featured Rolling Stones tunes. She retired from the American Ballet Theatre in 2019, after 15 years with the company.
The Rolling Stones launched their tour at the Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri, without their drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August at age 80.
The show opened with an empty stage, a drumbeat and photos of Watts, who spent nearly six decades with the band, flashing on the video board. After the second song, a rousing rendition of “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It),” Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood came to the front of the stage.
Published on: Article source