Charlie Sheen Sells Beverly Hills Mansion for $6.6 Million

Joyce Chen

Charlie Sheen’s Beverly Hills mansion is officially off the market. The Two and a Half Men actor recently sold his sprawling estate for $6.6 million—considerably less than its original $10 million asking price and at quite a loss given that the actor bought it for $7.2 million back in 2006.

Originally built in 1992, the mansion has been substantially updated since then. It boasts a Mediterranean Revival–style aesthetic, with over-the-top double-height living spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout. The 8,932-square-foot home comprises seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread out across two stories. It opens onto a grand entryway with a double-height foyer, which leads to a number of living spaces on the main floor, including a formal dining room with a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows; multiple living rooms, some with fireplaces with massive stone mantels; and a chef’s kitchen with a walk-in pantry and a dumbwaiter that runs down to a movie theater on the bottom floor. The bottom floor also houses a gym that could be converted into a home office or guest bedroom, as well as a game room with pool table and plenty of lounging space.

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The master suite is a definite highlight of the home, with its own second screening room, a wet bar, a private living room, and a walk-in closet. The master bathroom is spalike, with a modern deep-soaking tub and double marble vanities. Out back, the home is a host’s dream, with two swimming pools (one is a lap pool), a high-end covered outdoor kitchen, a basketball hoop, a pitcher's mound, and a grand expanse of green lawn.

Sheen previously owned two other homes in the Mulholland Estates enclave where his just-sold property is located, but sold both in the last few years. One of the two properties made a small profit at $5.415 million, and the buyer was none other than Kendall Jenner.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest