Those #winning days for fallen star Charlie Sheen may well be over if his real estate portfolio is any indication.
The former leading man of Two And A Half Men has relisted his Beverly Hills mansion at a discount — $2 million less than he put it on the market for a year ago.
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Once a Hollywood hot shot, the 53 year old father of five is now more famous for his bizarre online rants and talk of tiger’s blood than his acting resume.
Down Under in 2019, Sheen is to be the face of Ultra Tune in a series of online and television ads.
Sheen’s LA party pad is now asking $US8.49 million ($AUD11.68 million), instead of the nearly $US10 million ($AUD13.75 million) is was expected to fetch back in February 2018.
The more than 800sqm five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Mediterranean-style home in the Sherman Oaks gated community has had a price reduction to make “the property more competitive” according to selling agents Julia Palacin Alcalde of Keller Williams Realty World Class and Mark Tyoran of Keller Williams Westlake Village.
Sheen, who was born Carlos Estevez but is the son of Grace & Frankie star Martin Sheen, bought the 1992 house for $US7.2 million ($AUD9.9 million) in 2006.
He then put it on the market for the same price in 2011 shortly after being fired from Two And A Half Men following a stint in rehab and a dramatic public meltdown during which time he made derogatory comments about the series’ creator Chuck Lorre.
Before being let go, it was believed Sheen was earning an eye-watering $US1.8 million ($AUD1.8 million) per episode.
Since then, he has reportedly sold two other homes in the same gated community.
The just listed two-storey home was used as a bachelor pad and in addition to a pool and spa with a water feature, there is a swim spa and a backyard barbecue pavilion with an 80-inch television.
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“It’s like a resort,” Mr. Tyoran told Mansion Global. “The pavilion has ovens, a bar, ice makers, and a barbecue area,” he said.
Inside the house, there’s a 16-seat theatre, a gourmet kitchen, games room and a main bedroom suite complete with a secret space outfitted as a private screening room that features a carved mahogany wet bar and floating shelves. Even the gym has a secret walk-in humidor behind a bookcase.
“It’s a Charlie Sheen fun house,” Mr Tyoran said.