DETROIT, Aug. 19 (UPI) -- Grammy-winning rock singer Jack White is selling his 6,000-square-foot Detroit mansion.
The four-bedroom, 4 1/2-bath home is where White recorded White Stripes' "Get Behind Me Satan," the rock duo's fifth studio album, released in June 2005.
The home, built in 1914, is listed at $930,000, WDIV-TV in Detroit reports.
It was designed by noted architect C. Howard Krane, who also designed Detroit's Fox Theater and Orchestra Hall and the August Wilson Theater in New York City.
White has recently been criticized by Detroit residents for negative public comments about the city, the report said.