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Charlie Sheen

I'm Selling

My Bev Hills Mansion!

5/26/2011 7:57 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Charlie Sheen has put his infamous Beverly Hills mega-mansion up for sale -- so if you've got a spare $7.2 MILLION to blow ... you could own a pad with your very own private porno theater!!!

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Sheen listed the 7,924 square foot estate in the last few days -- touting the place as a "Celebrity Home" complete with 5 bedrooms and 7 baths. Charlie has listed the pad at $7.2 mil.

Charlie struck a deal with his ex-wife Brooke Mueller in their divorce -- in which he paid her $1 million to take sole ownership of the house.

Here's how the MLS listing reads  -- "This custom-built Mediterranean in Mulholland Estates is an entertainer's dream with spacious public rooms, most of which open to a beautifully landscaped yard featuring a professional outdoor kitchen with dining area, pool and spa. Other features include a screening room and top-of-the-line appliances and finishes."


We think it should go more like this:

"Spacious 7,900 square foot gem ... perfect for entertaining celebrities, porn stars, entourages, goddesses and drug dealers.

Located in a semi-secure gated community where cars only occasionally get thrown off cliffs.

Spectacular private adult theater complete with red velvet couches ... may need a thorough scrubbing."

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61.

brent    

so, he's listing Brooke's house for her? that's nice of him.

1246 days ago
62.

rose    

Charlie Sheen has his mansion on the market...WINNING!!!

1245 days ago
63.

rose    

If he hadn't lost his brain cells to crack he would have considered renting it out. He would make some really good profit, or Brooke would. More money= More crack and goddess' fake love!

1245 days ago
64.

Green Fairy    

@SiM - Some lovely houses on there but wouldn't it feel as though you were living in a small hotel rather than a house/home? One downside is you'd never really be on your own in one of those places, with live in staff etc there's mostly always going to be someone else about somewhere, not sure I'd like that, personally, there are times when it's good to be on your own and do what you like when you like! One idea - if (and I stress IF) Charlie is really trying to clean up his act it may make sense for him to move away from a place with all the memories that house must have. Also by moving into a new home on the same estate his children won't feel it so strange when they come to visit as the main location will still be familiar to them. Smart move (by his agents?)buying out the last wife for $1mil. Bet she's kicking herself now - could she have held out and got half the $7mil , if some one does pay the full asking price?

1245 days ago
65.

Green Fairy    

OK away now for a week's holiday - WONDERFUL. Maybe there will be some positive news coming from Charlie in that time, I won't hold my breathe tho'.

1245 days ago
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Autumn_in_Michigan    

@Green Fairy,

I totally understand what you mean about feeling like a hotel, the staff, etc. I really enjoy my privacy and independence as well. And, as I get older I tend to value simplicity more over time. Still, with a house that large and a well trained staff, a person could have the best of both worlds. All the privacy needed when desired and support when needed or desired. As I age, I also notice the detrimental effects of social isolation after retirement. I better understand now why some people prefer to live in retirement communities, although so far I am not one of those people.

What I would most enjoy about having a large house with a live in staff would be the ability to have multiple pets and plants - and to also be free to travel when I wanted to without concern for the pet's or plant's care. To an extent, the same would be true for children and child care. Although, a nanny is never a true substitute for a parent. Still, what you say about the benefits to Charlie's children that he remained in the same gated community is IMO true. Children (and pets) need continuity of care and some people have a highly mobile lifestyle.

I agree with you that moving out of SVL could be a positive way for Charlie to get a fresh start. However, the "geographic cure" has one major drawback. Wherever we go, there we are. So, a true fresh start would also involve new associates, new lifestyle choices, new values, etc. I don't see Charlie making many of those changes or seeming to feel the need to.

Actually, Brooke's interest in the house was determined by the prenup - 10 percent of the value of the house for each year of marriage. It would have been possible for her to own the house solely herself after ten years of marriage. So, $1million seems roughly a fair buy out to me, given the house is valued at $7million and that they were married for about a year and a half before separating. The buy out may be a little low but then again with the CA real estate market being what it is we don't know what he will actually get for the house. And, he may have already advanced her money against her interest in the house so that the $1million paid upon divorce is just the remainder.

1245 days ago
67.

Autumn_in_Michigan    

@Green Fairy,

Have a great holiday!

1245 days ago
68.

Jon    

It would be great to take a black light to that place!

1245 days ago
69.

adriane     

Maybe he is selling the house for the simple reason he does not need it or want it anymore.

1245 days ago
70.

TessaC    

pegnew 1 day ago

@Pegnew
If Charlie were indeed so ''bankable'' then WHY hasn't another
studio or network jumped on him??? Because he's rendered himself
unemployable, bragging about his heavy cocaine use and filing a
$100 M lawsuit against WB/CBS/Lorre! Oh and what happened to that
Mark Cuban deal? Cuban didn't want the headache of dealing with all of Charlie's drama/baggage.He's toast...self inflicted
CAREER SUICIDE!!!

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A massive reason he will not work in the movies again (apart from lack of talent and looks), is that he cannot get insurance. In the industry, no insurance = no job. The only person to ever get around this was Robert Downey Jnr and that was because he has actual talent and doesn't look like a poor man's Hefner.
LOSING!

1244 days ago
71.

JOe    

The listing can be found here.
http://www.trulia.com/property/3053148026-14003-Aubrey-Rd-Beverly-Hills-CA-90210

1241 days ago
72.

Judith    

Harvey comeon plz co sighn for me on this little 7,924 square foot bungalow

You can have the jacouzzi in the far room

I am your biggest idol
Thank you

1123 days ago
73.

jack    

wow wat a retard

1103 days ago
74.

Ryanpatrick smith    

Tmz news

953 days ago
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