Sharon Stone Finally Sells Beverly Hills Mansion After Slashing Price: Take A Peek Inside

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Nov. 7 2012, Published 12:00 p.m. ET

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By Debbie Emery - Reporter

Along with plenty of movie flops to her name, actress Sharon Stone has had her fair share of real estate duds as well, and now she’s adding another one to her resume.

The Total Recall star has finally sold her Beverly Hills mansion after it struggled for several years on the market and undergoing a number of hefty price cuts, reported

Stone first bought the Beverly Glen 7-bedroom, 8.5-bath property in 2006 for $10.95 million, and since then has listed repeatedly with yo-yoing numbers that eventually settled at $6.575 million.

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Built in 1991, the spectacular Mediterranean house sits on 4.85 acres at the end of a private road. The property includes a large motor court with covered parking for 14 vehicles, lush landscaping and winding pathways over bridges, as well as waterfalls, a fruit tree grove, meditation garden and tennis court.

Inside it boasts high ceilings, a paneled library with built-in bookcases and a living room with wet bar. The home’s master suite includes a fireplace, dual bath and dressing rooms and an enormous private terrace.

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The 54-year-old blonde bombshell won't be moving out of the famous 90210 zip code however, as she also owns another house that she bought in 1995 for $3.25 million.


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