Charlie Sheen’s on the Move: Lists Sherman Oaks Home for $7.2 Million

Source: IMDb

Heads up: Actor Charlie Sheen appears to be making some big changes in his life and has just listed his long-time Sherman Oaks residence for $7.2 million, according to The Real Estalker.

While the world knows Mr. Sheen is now unemployed (Ashton Kutcher is set to take over Sheen’s role on the sitcom “Two and a Half Men”), a Forbes report shows Sheen racked up about $40 million over the past year, so it’s obvious that Sheen isn’t selling because he can’t afford the mortgage payment.

Sheen has owned his Sherman Oaks residence on Aubrey Road since 1997, buying it for $2.5 million. Just this past March, Sheen purchased a second home about nine houses away in the gated community of Mullholland Estates.  The second estate, which has a recorded sale price of  $6,999,999 (listed for $7.5 million) is just a few blocks away from the Sheen home that just went on the market.

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The reported idea behind the purchase of the second McMansion, in addition to allegedly purchasing a few more properties in the neighborhood, was to give one to ex-wife Denise Richards and another to Brooke Mueller (Sheen’s soon-to-be ex-wife). Apparently his torpedo of truth exploded on that idea and Sheen has decided to list the Aubrey Road home he has owned for over a decade.

Sheen’s Sherman Oaks mansion is a custom-built Mediterranean estate with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and nearly 8,000-sq ft of living space. Other features include a private screening room, and a professional outdoor kitchen with dining area, pool, and spa.

No doubt that the world of Sherman Oaks real estate is on deck for some real estate crazy, but only time will tell what exactly it might be.

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