This is a video you probably never expected to encounter — but it’s an enthralling watch. Lenny Kravitz owns a huge Brazilian farm compound, a creative center for the artist, and let the folks at Architectural Digest take a look around. He looks totally at home on this working farm and seeing inside is a treat.

“Lenny Kravitz takes us on a tour of his incredible Brazilian farm compound,” the video explains. “Built on an 18th-century coffee plantation, his home is set on a working farm that feeds every guest that comes through. Featuring a Brazilian barbecue, a full-sized football field, and 19th-century Portuguese colonial-style farmhouses and outbuildings, it’s a wonder Lenny ever wants to leave home.” From seemingly endless acres of farmland to furniture owned by Andy Warhol to enviable entertaining spaces, this home is truly a work of art.

You can see inside the farm here:

Lenny Kravitz is an iconic artist, so it’s no surprise to see that his home is centered around making music and channeling his creativity. But his commitment to the land and ecosphere around the farm, to organic food, to making his home a hub — that’s something truly commendable. It’s larger than life and, quite frankly, looks like an incredible place to call home.