Rocker Richie Sambora has paid $4,000,000 to purchase a 10,204-square-foot, Mediterranean-style house in Calabasas, Calif. from San Diego Padres starting pitcher Randy Wolf. people.jpg Our pals over at the Real Estalker broke the news back on February 23 of the listing and sale of the mansion at 4215 Vicasa Drive in Calabasas. Then, Your Mama confirmed several days later that Sambora (pictured) indeed was the buyer. And now, recently filed public records confirm all of the above. Public records show that Sambora purchased the house on February 6, with the deal being recorded with Los Angeles County on February 27. f1749878.jpgf1749878a.jpgf1749878j.jpgf1749878n.jpgf1749878e.jpgf1749878i.jpg Also, recall that we here at Big Time Listings broke the story on December 27 of Wolf, who is a San Fernando Valley native, purchasing the 5,539-square-foot, Spanish-style mansion at 1924 Wattles Drive in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills from rocker Slash for what wound up being $5,725,000. Built in 1997, the seven-bedroom mansion in Calabasas that Sambora just purchased from Wolf had been on the market for $4,250,000. Features in the mansion include eight baths, a ballroom-sized entry, double oak stairs, a home theater, a wood-paneled game room, a master suite with a sitting area, high-tech surround sound throughout, and a gourmet kitchen with a SubZero refrigerator, according to listing information. The house sits on a 0.78-acre lot, according to public records. Check out an online listing sheet for the house -- complete with photos -- here. And, take a look at a still-active website that contains the house's address here.