The couple originally listed the home for sale for nearly $13 million in July 2011, however, the massive house — which is nestled in the suburb of Hidden Hills, Calif. — has fallen victim to the real estate market lull. So, the Osbournes are going to Plan B, according to Trulia.
The eccentric couple bought the 11,000 square foot Cape Cod-inspired home five years ago for about $12.4 million. But for a fraction of that, the lucky renter will get six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and a whole lot of space.
What does the reality family’s manse look like inside?
Perfect for entertaining, the ultra private estate located in the gated equestrian community just 30 minutes outside L.A. was immaculately decorated by interior design legend Martyn Lawrence-Bullard.
The palace for the Prince of Darkness includes a paneled study with reclaimed brick fireplace, beamed vaulted ceilings, formal dining room, dramatic foyer with spiral staircase, floor-to-ceiling windows, studio/home theater space, state-of-the art chef’s kitchen, and no doubt the fashionable Sharon’s addition — a master bedroom with a huge walk-in closet.
The 2.25 acres also includes plenty of outdoor space for entertaining with rolling lawns, Olympic-inspired pool and spa, barbeque island, and dining areas.
The Osbournes seem to be unloading all their properties at the moment having already sold their $7.9 million Malibu home in April.
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