After two years on the market, the Beverly Hills, CA, home belonging to actor Charlie Sheen has finally sold for $6.6 million. The sale price represents a sharp drop from the home’s original $10 million price in 2018.
The 54-year-old star, who bought the Mediterranean-style mansion in 2006 for $7.2 million, can’t be thrilled about losing money, but at least he can now move on from the place that became an infamous spot for his antics.
After his divorce from Brooke Mueller in 2011, the address became his bachelor pad where several of Sheen’s girlfriends lived, including the women he dubbed his “goddesses.”
The spread is built for entertaining, with 8,628 square feet of interior space. Public rooms include a great room with a large living area as well as a game room with a pool table. There’s also a spacious dining room, dining nook, and chef’s kitchen.
There are seven baths and five bedrooms, including a master suite with a secret room with a private theatre, carved mahogany wet bar, and Juliette balcony.
There’s also a gym, home theater, and office. A humidor hides behind a bookcase.
Outside, it’s easy to host parties thanks to two pools, a spa with water feature, shower, seating areas, and a kitchen with pavilion.
The “Anger Management” star appears to have stepped back from public life and acting roles. Instead, he seems to be focused on staying sober.
Last year, he told a British talk show about his past actions: “It feels awful. I can’t sit here and lie to you. Some of it is very surreal. To this day, I’m not sure how I created such chaos and wound up in that head space.”
Sheen has starred in both TV and movies, including “Platoon,” “Wall Street,” and “Hot Shots.” He also won a Golden Globe for his work on “Spin City.” In 2003, he was cast in “Two and a Half Men.” At one point, his salary on the popular sitcom, at $1.8 million an episode, made him the highest-paid actor on TV. But his reported struggles with alcohol and drugs, as well as disparaging comments made about the show, led to his eventual dismissal from the role in 2011.
Mark Tyoran represented the listing.
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