Larry King Sells Beverly Hills Mansion for $15 Million

Joyce Chen

Larry King and his soon-to-be ex-wife, Shawn Southwick, have officially sold off their shared Beverly Hills mansion less than three months after putting it on the market. The massive Tuscan-style home spans 10,810 square feet and comprises seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, spread between a main house and a large poolside guesthouse.

The couple, who purchased the home for $11.75 million back in 2007, originally listed the estate for $16.995 million in October, and according to TMZ, the final sale price was $15.5 million. The two-story main house is luxuriously outfitted with imported Italian limestone and Venetian plaster, and sits behind a high-security gate on nearly half an acre of land.

The home opens onto a double-height rotunda with dramatic twin staircases winding up to the second floor, with a skylight situated at the top of the entrance. A formal living room is located directly off the entryway and features a wood-burning fireplace flanked by built-in bookshelves; a formal dining room situated on the other side of the entryway boasts its own wood-burning fireplace and several ornate antique light fixtures on the wall. Also on the ground floor is a family room with a coffered wood ceiling and entire walls of built-in bookshelves, as well as an eat-in kitchen with a breakfast nook. A separate breakfast room has easy access to the sunny backyard via a set of French doors.

The elaborate entryway, complete with a skylight.
Photo: Anthony Barcelo / Courtesy of Kurt Rappaport at Westside Estate Agency
An outdoor dining area.
Photo: Anthony Barcelo / Courtesy of Kurt Rappaport at Westside Estate Agency
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Upstairs, the master suite is the undeniable highlight of the home, with a separate sitting room with its own fireplace, two bathrooms, and a private terrace accessible through a set of double French doors. The master bathroom features double vanities, a deep-soaking tub, and a jacuzzi-style tub tucked into a cozy, sunlit nook.

Other rooms of note in the home include a game room with its own wet bar, a home office, and a home gym. Outdoors, a swimming pool and spa dominate much of the space, with cherub statues dotting its periphery; an arched loggia with stone columns makes a great spot for outdoor entertaining. A raised-platform patio situated right next to the pool is perfect for alfresco dining. Grassy green lawn fills out the rest of the property, and tall hedges provide ample privacy.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest