Mel Gibson Sells His Sherman Oaks House at a Loss

The back of the house is oriented around a central fountain.Mel Gibson has found a buyer for his Sherman Oaks home, reports The LA Times, but he’ll take a loss on the place since he bought it for $2.405M in 2009 and the closing price was only $2.1M. The home’s Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture features stone walls, custom Mahogany walls and built-ins and stained glass windows. Inside, the gourmet kitchen has been updated with Viking appliances and flows into the airy family room. A separate formal living room has French doors that access the patio and the master suite has a fireplace and custom dressing room. Joyce Blackburn of Realty Executives represented the listing.

Stained-glass windows and stone walls add plenty of character. The door is ornately decorated with stained glass. A stone fireplace feature anchors the great room. Skylights brighten the open floor plan. The mahogany kitchen features a center island. French doors open to the backyard. The master bathroom is a spa-like retreat. There is an outdoor fireplace.