The “Prince of Darkness” singer is asking $18 million for his light-filled space. Should the home go for full price, it will be one of the priciest sales ever in the L.A. neighborhood, according to the website Dirt. That deal would be a runner-up to TV mogul Shonda Rhimes‘ record sale of her $21 million home in Hancock Park.
The Osbournes picked up this Mediterranean villa in 2015 for around $12 million in an apparent off-market deal. The couple spruced it up inside and out. But now they’re apparently departing for the U.K., so they’re no longer in need of a Los Angeles address.
Known as one of the “legendary estates” of Hancock Park, according to the listing, the home is steeped in Hollywood history.
Designed in 1929 by architect A.K. Kellogg, the 11,565-square-foot estate is set behind tall gates. With six bedrooms and 11 baths, the trophy property has been “meticulously restored,” while modern amenities were added.
Highlights include a chef’s kitchen, which opens to the family room, breakfast room, and outdoor dining area.
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Other points of interest include a grand entrance foyer, formal dining room, living room, and wood-paneled library.
On the lower level, an old Hollywood-style screening room includes a fireplace and bar.
Upstairs is where all the bedrooms are found, including the primary suite with two baths, closets, and dressing rooms. An elevator accesses all the levels of the home.
The half-acre grounds feature a grassy lawn, gardens, and a swimming pool. There’s also a garage with an apartment on top.
Ozzy rose to fame as lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath. He’s also known from the reality TV series “The Osbournes.” Sharon has had her own talk show and has appeared as a judge for such shows as “America’s Got Talent” and “The X Factor.”
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