Ozzy Osbourne, the self-proclaimed ‘Prince of Darkness’, and his wife, Sharon, a former daytime talk show host The speech, have listed their 11,500 square foot estate in Hancock Park, Los Angeles, for sale for $18 million. Purchased in 2015 for nearly $12 million, the couple completely revamped the interiors and exteriors, which modernized the space but retained its old Hollywood charm.
According to the house listing, the Mediterranean Revival-style mansion was built in 1929 by architect AK Kellogg and features six bedrooms and eleven bathrooms, a separate guest apartment above the garage and an elevator to all floors.
The stunning entrance to the house features a large manicured lawn leading to an elaborate arched doorway and arched windows, accented with Italian oak and cypress trees. The backyard is equally stunning with a dining room set in the house’s dreamy loggia, open to the lawn, the mosaic tiled pool and a trellised section that continues the Mediterranean theme of the property.
The chef’s kitchen in the main house is marked by hardwood floors, a centrally located banquet and a hanging cook rack. A fireplace in the lavish all-red Screening Room is adorned with the signatures of famous Golden Age Hollywood actors and musicians like Rita Moreno and Nancy Sinatra.
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Upstairs, according to dirt.com, the master suite is distinguished by a full sitting area, double bathrooms and double walk-in closets. The site also reports that if sold for the asking price, the property will be one of the most expensive homes sold in the area. The January sale of Shonda Rhimes’ $21 million mansion is currently at the top of the list.