The former home of Ozzy Osbourne is up for sale. The main house is about 12,000 square feet with 7 bedrooms, 7 baths and 3 powder rooms. The home theater and wine cellar on in a lower level in the home. There is a 3,000-square-foot guest house.
“Sharrrrrron!” Ozzy Osbourne’s former Beverly Hills home is for sale for $28.5 million.
The home theater looks superb in the real estate photo, but we are unsure if the system that Ozzy so consistently swore at in the TV series “The Osbournes” is still intact. Check out the YouTube video below to see Ozzy swearing at and hitting his remote control. (fast forward to 3:39).
The 9-bedroom, 10-bathroom home has some unbelievably famous Hollywood lineage. It was originally built in 1941 for Bert Lahr, who famously played the Cowardly Lion in the classic 1939 MGM masterpiece The Wizard of Oz. (How apropos that the Blizzard of Oz himself would later own the home.)
In addition to being the former home of the Black Sabbath frontman, through the years it was also home to movie star/pinup girl Betty Grable and her husband bandleader Harry James, Paul McCartney, Alan Ladd Jr., and Hollywood power couple Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith.
The entire property is walled/gated and has been renovated, according to the listing agency, Rodeo Realty. The home’s interiors were designed by Ralph Lauren to emulate a Connecticut/ Hamptons estate.
The main house is about 12,000 square feet with 7 bedrooms, 7 baths and 3 powder rooms. The home theater and wine cellar on in a lower level in the home. There is a 3,000-square-foot guest house.
Other features include a bowling alley, game room, putting green, koi pond, sports court & separate gym.
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