Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne Los Angeles Home On Sale For $18m

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne Los Angeles Home On Sale For $18m | Society Of Rock Videos

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Ozzy Osbourne and his longtime wife and manager Sharon Osbourne were reportedly selling their home due to California’s high taxes and plotting to move back in England, particularly at the Welder’s house in Buckinghamshire, once they have successfully sold it.

The Mediterranean villa-style home is something that they’ve had for seven years and the only possible reason of them staying in the said house or moving back is when “they do the taxes better,” as Ozzy once said in an interview with dirt.com.

The home was built in 1929 with over 11,000 square feet in size. Although the home got a contemporary makeover before the Osbournes bought it, they re-renovated the home giving it a more decadent feel. The home is hidden from the street and sits behind a grove of olive trees.

Some of the highlights of this house includes the hand-carved front door, a theater room completely covered in red velvet material, an elevator that goes to all floors, and a foyer that has a hand-painted ceiling. In addition to the five bedrooms and eleven bathrooms in the main house, there’s also a guest apartment above the detached garage. The hand-laid-mossaic-tiled pool completes the villa feels of this home.

The Osbournes bought the place for $12 million from the Saw film producer, Oren Koules, and are now selling it for $18 million. The house stands to be one of the most expensive homes ever sold in Hancock Park, according to Dirt. Meanwhile, the Prince of Darkness will continue to make music from his home in Buckinghamshire and will take his recording studio with him.

You can check out the home tour below.

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