Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne List Mediterranean Revival Estate for $18 Million

Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne List Mediterranean Revival Estate for $18 Million

  • Architectural Digest
  • 09/1/22

Self-proclaimed “Prince of Darkness” Ozzy Osbourne and his wife, Sharon, former host of daytime talk show The Talk, have listed their 11,500-square-foot Hancock Park, Los Angeles, estate for $18 million. Purchased in 2015 for close to $12 million, the couple completely revamped both the interiors and exteriors, which modernized the space but kept its old-Hollywood charm.

According to the home’s listing, the Mediterranean Revival style mansion was built in 1929 by architect A.K. Kellogg, and comes complete with six bedrooms and eleven bathrooms, a separate guest apartment above the garage, and elevator access to all floors.

The home’s stunning entrance features an expansive well-manicured lawn leading up to an elaborate arch doorway and arch windows, enhanced by oak trees and Italian cypress. The backyard is equally as magnificent with a dining area located within the home’s dreamy loggia, open to views of the lawn, mosaic-tiled pool, and a trellised section that continues the property’s Mediterranean theme.

The main house’s chef’s kitchen is marked by hardwood floors, a centrally-located banquet, and a hanging cook’s rack. A fireplace in the plush all-red screening room is embellished with the signatures of famous golden-era Hollywood actors and musicians like Rita Moreno and Nancy Sinatra.

Upstairs, the primary suite stands out with 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.

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