The Last Charlie Sheen Mansion is For Sale — And It's Not as Icky as You Might Think

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The Charlie Sheen mansion has just hit the market, and the infamous bad boy has better taste than you’d think

Even though the current Charlie Sheen mansion has a master suite complete with a full bar, bar stools, neon signage, a cigarette machine, a dumbwaiter for snacks from the kitchen and a screening area, the rest of the place is actually surprisingly chic.Charlie Sheen mansion

And now some bucks up buyer has the opportunity to re-decorate to his or her heart’s delight, as Sheen has just listed the seven-bedroom, seven-bath mansion in Mulholland Estates for the curious price of $9,999,999. It’s the third and final mansion he’s bought and sold in the tony neighborhood.

According to public records, Sheen bought the place in 2006 for $7,200,000. While living there, he married and divorced his third wife, Brooke Mueller, and had a number of other live-in girlfriends, including his “goddesses.” It was also his home base when he had his public fracas with “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre and Warner Bros., as well as several run-ins with the law.

Charlie Sheen's Beverly Hills, CA, home

The 8,932-square-foot mansion on a half-acre lot comes with other unusual luxury features, including two pools, an elaborate gazebo with a bar, and high-end kitchen.

Gazebo with bar
There’s also a canopied dining room, 
Dining room
and a Creston home theater with heavy, red velvet drapes.
Home theater
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Other interesting features include a children’s room with the universe painted on the ceiling (Sheen has five children and one grandchild),

Children's room
a bonus room that’s currently being used as a gym, and an elegant game room.
Elegant game room

The Mediterranean revival–style home also comes with celebrity neighbors, including Christina AguileraParis HiltonVanna WhiteDJ Khaled, and Kendall Jenner.

In case you forgot, Sheen, 52, starred in popular sitcoms such as “Spin City,” “Anger Management,” and “”Two and a Half Men.” For the latter, he was paid $1.8 million per episode, making him the highest-paid actor on TV. He’s also appeared in dozens of films, including “Apocalypse Now,” “Platoon,” “Wall Street,” “Major League,” and the “Hot Shots” franchise.

Read more about the Charlie Sheen mansion and see more photos in my feature on Realtor.com.

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Lisa Johnson Mandell

Lisa Johnson Mandell

Lisa Johnson Mandell is an award winning journalist, author and film/TV critic. She can be heard regularly on Cumulus radio stations throughout the US, and on BBC Radio.

2 Comments

  1. Debra on March 6, 2018 at 4:31 pm

    Very beautiful house!

  2. domainog on March 19, 2018 at 1:23 pm

    THANK you, Barry

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