Sharon Stone’s basic instinct for real estate might be a bit off, as she’s having a tough time selling a grand 5 acre compound in Beverly Hills. The home was built in 1991, and Stone swooped in on it in 2006, when she reportedly purchased the home for nearly $11,000,000. Here’s the kicker – she never actually ever moved into the property. As you’ll see in the photos, it wasn’t exactly fully furnished. The home has been on and off the market since 2009, and is now listed for $8,995,000, a full $2,000,000 less than Stone’s purchase price.
While Sharon never called it home sweet home, it will make an exceptional home for someone who actually moves in. The compound is a walled and gated Mediterranean estate at the end of a private road. On approximately 5 verdant acres, the Beverly Hills estate features meandering pathways over bridges and waterfalls, fruit trees, a meditation garden and a tennis court with viewing pavilion. The main residence features high ceilings, superbly proportioned rooms and an excellent use of finishes and detailing throughout. A spacious, paneled library features gorgeous built-ins and a fireplace. The main home also includes a large formal dining room, an oversized living room with wet bar, fireplace and chef’s kitchen. The living room opens onto a large covered patio, which leads to a resort style pool and grassy yard. The master suite includes a fireplace, a large terrace with serene views, dual baths, walk-in dressing rooms. You’ll find three additional bedroom suites upstairs, and one additional bedroom suite downstairs. A separate guest house includes a state-of-the-art media room, gym and two additional bedrooms.