Charlie Sheen's Sherman Oaks Mansion Is Back Up For Sale At $8 Million

By on April 15, 2019 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Charlie Sheen was at one time facing foreclosure on his 8,600-square-foot mansion in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles. But now, the actor's home is on the market, listed at just under $8 million, about $800,000 more than he paid for it back in 2006.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Sheen first tried to sell the house in early 2018, listing it at that time for $10 million. The $7.99 million price point reportedly represents the fifth price cut on the property overall since Sheen has been trying to get rid of it.

The Mediterranean style mansion was built back in 1992, and includes touches like a two-story dining room, a stone fireplace, and an aquarium. There are also a few more melodramatic elements, like a sliding bookshelf revealing a secret passage to a secret home theater, complete with wet bar and Juliet balcony. Altogether, the property takes up about half an acre, and its lamp-lit backyard has space for not just one but two swimming pools, a spa, a garden, a pavilion and outdoor kitchen, plus, in what might just be a nod to Sheen's involvement in the Major League franchise, a pitcher's mound.

There's also a private elevator from the kitchen to the master suite, a second more easily accessible home theater, and a gymnasium. And the Mediterranean style design is reportedly a Sheen favorite, since he also reportedly sold off another home in that style in the same Mulholland Estates gated community back in 2015 – that time, he sold for $6.6 million and took a loss of about $400,000.

You can take a look at the hopefully soon to be former Casa Sheen in the video below, courtesy of Interior Pixels:

Hopefully for Sheen, he won't have to cut the price on this home any more in order to sell it, since it's already plunged dangerously close to the $7.2 million he originally paid for it in 2006.

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