Actor Charlie Sheen has once again re-listed his roost in Beverly Hills. After a series of price cuts, the home’s ask has settled at $8.48 million.
Sheen first listed the home in March of last year, offering it at $9,999,999. In the interim, he’s shaved a bit off the ask here, and whittled a little there. In May, it was offered as a rental at $43K per month. But no buyer as of yet.
The home presents a curious mix of grandiose and unassuming; the contrast makes for an interesting subtext. The exterior is defined by the former: Italianate style, with stucco, stone steps, columns and planters, Juliet balconies, Palladian windows, and a grand double-door front entrance weaving the tale. All well and good.
Inside, the intense conceit of the exterior is picked up here and there, most notably in the ornamental columns. Otherwise it’s a warm interior, and as the trope falls by the wayside, a relaxed indulgence takes center stage. A large fireplace, plentiful hardwood, arches, and wall niches add warm rustic appeal, and creature comforts abound: a games room/entertainment room and flamboyant period screening room top the list.
The 9,000 square-foot home has seven bedrooms; the master suite is set up as a personal enclave, with a wet bar, another screening room, and a large living space.
The property exterior rambles along its comprehensive suite of outdoor-lounge necessities, including a patio complex with an outdoor bar and summer kitchen.