Charlie Sheen Is Selling His Surprise-Filled Beverly Hills Mansion For $10M

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Charlie Sheen is putting up his longtime Beverly Hills mansion in the market for nearly $10 million after more than a decade of residency.

Home Features

An insider with knowledge about the listing confirmed that the Hollywood actor is selling his Sherman Oaks home for more than it was initially worth when he bought it in 2006. He is selling it for $9,999,999 from $7.2 million.

The 1990s vaguely Tuscan/Mediterranean Revival-style mansion boasts a spacious 8,932-square-foot of living space, which comprises of a spacious living room where friends and family can unwind and a formal dining room with a towering wall of windows. The mansion has a double-height foyer with winding staircase. The house also has a mini theater, three guest rooms in the second floor, and a bonus room which Sheen uses as a gym room.

The two-story house has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The mansion also has a game room decorated with a fish tank designed like a built-in bookcase, a juke box, and a pool table. There is also a home office that can be converted to a bedroom.

Sheen's Sherman Oaks mansion has a master suite that has its own living room and screening room with wet bar. For food orders, the master of the house does not need to head down to the kitchen since he can ring up the food to his room via the miniature food elevator equipped in the kitchen. The kitchen is also up-to-date with top-end appliances and has a walk-in pantry.

The exterior landscape was designed for large scale entertaining. The backyard boasts a landscaped garden, a swimming pool, a large gazebo with an outdoor kitchen and bar, and a small basketball court. Tucked along the side of the house is another smaller pool. The backyard also offers a stunning view of the San Fernando Valley.

History

Sheen bought the mansion from the guarded gates of the Mulholland Estates at the time when he was making tons of money from his series Two and a Half Men. According to reports, he earned $1.8 million for every episode.

Sheen used to own two other homes in the celeb-saturated Mulholland Estates. In 2011, he bought a home for $6.9 million and sold it for $6.6 million in 2015. In 2012 he bought a $4.8 million house and sold it in June 2016 for $5.4 million. Kendall Jenner now owns the property after she bought it for an off-market deal of $8.55 million in 2017.

Ben Salem of Rodeo Realty is the listing agent to contact for interested buyers of Sheen's Beverly Hills mansion.

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