Location: Encino, California
Beds / Baths: 5 / 5
Square Footage: 5,057
This English-style mansion was the home of the diminutive singer with the big voice who temporarily replaced Ozzy Osbourne in Black Sabbath, and who was also famous for fronting Rainbow, Dio and other bands.
The home went on the market a few months after Dio’s death in 2010, but it didn’t sell and was taken off the market this spring. It wasn’t for lack of cool features: The house, which was built in 1981, has 200-year-old wood flooring imported from France, stained glass windows imported from a 1790 English cathedral, a custom music studio and even a 1820 pub bar imported from Essex, England.