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Mick Jagger's partner finds satisfaction, sells Lakewood Ranch home for $3.25 million

Rolling Stones legend's property sale will give another couple shelter.

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Mick Jagger and Melanie Hamrick spent two years renovating the house at 15809 Clearlake Ave.
Mick Jagger and Melanie Hamrick spent two years renovating the house at 15809 Clearlake Ave.
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Three months after listing their Lakewood Ranch home, iconic global rockstar Mick Jagger and his partner, Melanie Hamrick, have sold it for $3.25 million. 

According to a press release, Jagger, frontman of the Rolling Stones, and Hamrick, an author, retired ballerina and choreographer, decided to sell the home as it became harder to visit Florida between their busy schedules and owning other homes around the world. The home was listed in Hamrick's name. 

Jagger and Hamrick, who’ve been together since 2014 and have a six-year-old son, Deveraux, purchased the home for $1.98 million in 2020. Since then, the couple made extensive privacy and decorative improvements to the property, though most improvements were made out of necessity. 

According to Business Observer sister paper the East County Observer, the couple was inundated with celebrity seekers when they first moved to Lakewood Ranch. The publicity led to Jagger and Hamrick to add three camera towers to the outside of the property along with extensive landscaping in an attempt to discourage prying eyes from peeking inside. 

The 5,726-square-foot home is in The Lake Club gated community, at 15809 Clearlake Ave. It’s bordered by water on two sides and features three terrace balconies and a bell tower that overlooks the water. 

The buyers were enticed by the privacy that Jagger and Hamrick created, but are planning to add in some of their own flair, the release states. As of Sept. 5. the property sale hadn't been updated in Manatee County records and the seller's agent declined to name the buyers, saying only they are "accomplished business professionals," in the release.

“It was the perfect buyer at just the right time,” Christine Spelman, the listing agent with RE/MAX Alliance Group, says in the release. “When their representative first called me, we chatted for 45 minutes about his clients’ needs and I knew they would be the perfect owners of this singular home and I couldn’t wait to meet them.”

When showing the property to other prospective buyers, Spelman says most were looking for an open floor plan that this home doesn’t offer. 

“Every private preview brought all positive responses,” Spelman says, “but it just wasn’t the right fit for them.”

Shortly after giving six private tours early in the process, Spelman had to change her restrictions. One person made a full price offer of $3.499 million, the listing price, with one stipulation: to meet the owner. Spelman rejected the offer and required buyers to show proof of funds to get inside. 


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