Siblings are so interesting. Take Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen for example. They grew up together, but have had wildly divergent acting careers, and have emerged with very different reputations in Hollywood. Emilio Estevez is one of the sons of award-winning actor Martin Sheen, a.k.a. Ramon Estevez, Unlike his brother Charlie, Emilio chose to keep his birth name rather than taking on his father's stage name, and established himself as an actor to watch in the early 80s. He appeared in such films as "The Outsiders", "The Breakfast Club", and "St. Elmo's Fire", and was part of the "Brat Pack" that seemed to run Hollywood throughout the 80s. Like many members of the "Brat Pack", his star began to fade somewhat in the 90s, and he went back and forth between action films such as "Young Guns" and "Freejack", and family fare such as "The Mighty Ducks". In the early 2000s, however, he began to shift his focus, and has made a strong name for himself as a director and occasional writer. He has directed such film projects as "The War at Home", "Rated X", "Bobby", and "The Way". He has also found steady directing work on television, directing multiple episodes of "The Guardian", "Cold Case", "CSI: NY", "Close to Home", "Criminal Minds", "Numb3rs", and "Two and a Half Men". When he's not directing, he runs his own vineyard, churning out artisanal wine. This month, he put his vineyard, and the house that goes with it, on the market.
Emilio Estevez's house is 3,731 square feet, and has four bedrooms. The surprisingly mellow home features hardwood floors, arched doorways, lots of windows to allow for ample sunlight, and multiple fireplaces. In addition to the four bedrooms, Emilio Estevez's house also sports a formal dining room, a large eat-in kitchen, an office, and a breakfast nook. Outside of Emilio Estevez's house, there is a large backyard, a swimming pool, a guesthouse, and the aforementioned vineyard. He has listed the home for $9.995 million. Where he plans to go once it sells is anyone's guess, but it probably won't be over to his brother Charlie's house.