Charlie Sheen has sold the second of three multi-million dollar mansions in the guard-gated Mulholland Estates enclave nestled up in the mountains between Beverly Hills and Sherman Oaks. Controversial actor first tried to sell this home in 2013, and seems to have finally managed to overcome the obstacles imposed by the real estate market. Charlie Sheen has lived a a tumultuous past few years.
First, there was a decline in the popularity of his CBS sitcom, and then drop on its second series Anger Management, and finally, like the icing on the cake, he discovered to the world that he has HIV. However, despite the troubles that are happening in his private and professional life, he somehow managed to looking at things from the bright side. He was able to sell his mansion in Beverly Hills, at a cost of $5.415 million.
Charlie otherwise bought this villa for his wife, Brooke Mueller, and two of them have two children. The previous owner of the villa was Tom Gores, one of the owners of the NBA Detroit Pistons.
The split-level residence, which marketing materials describe as a “Warm and inviting Spanish estate,” has five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms in 6,625-square-feet.
The villa is tucked away behind gates in a warm and private environment of lush, mature trees, offering perfect privacy. In its yard there is a fountain, which will immediately attract attention, and there is a large swimming pool with spa section and several spaces for enjoying the outdoors.
The interior of the villa features divided plan space that gives the opportunity for pleasant socializing and enjoyment. Also, part of the estate is also home theater, office, family room and fully equipped kitchen with a large central island.
Otherwise, this wasn’t Charlie’s only property in super chic Beverly Hills. In December last year, he had already sold one of his homes, for very, very lowered price. In addition, in this area h has another mansion, which he bought in 2006 for $7.2 million.