Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne List Their 1920s Hancock Park Home for $18M
What do Black Sabbath and The Talk have in common? The last name Osbourne. Ozzy, the lead singer of the heavy metal band, and Sharon, talk show host and former judge on Britain’s Got Talent, are well-known across many spheres. Even reality TV. An unexplored aspect of their life lately is this home they’ve owned for seven years, which the pair just decided to list. Tastefully decorated with artwork and sumptuous in its design, the historic Hancock Park estate is asking $18 million.
Originally from England but long L.A. residents, the Osbournes have owned this particular mansion since 2015, according to the L.A. Times. They bought it for $11.85 million from Oren Koules, the producer of the Saw movie franchise and Two and a Half Men.
Designed in 1929 by architect A.K. Kellogg, the stately property still harkens to its 1920s roots despite receiving updates from the couple. It has a regal vibe stretching from the Mediterranean-esque exterior and palatial front doors to the interiors, with tall ceilings and magnificent details. The 11,565-square-foot home certainly caters to any experience, from the dreamy chef’s kitchen to the Old Hollywood-esque screening room to the picturesque outdoor dining and entertaining area. An ideal setting for getting the band together, among other occasions.
The home holds 6 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms in total, with the primary suite expanded to the likes of a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. It features dual baths, closets, and dressing areas. The home is outfitted with plenty more amenities, too, including an elevator that accesses all floors, but perhaps will woo buyers most with its classic style, intricate woodwork, and gracious gardens.
As the Osbournes peace out, Josh Greer and Jonah Wilson of Hilton & Hyland have the glamorous listing.