Looks like Madonna hasn’t been able to nab herself a Russian or Chinese billionaire–she pocket-listed her Beverly Hills house sometime last year but it’s now appeared on the wide open market, and with a price chop to boot. Real Estalker reported last year that the nine-bedroom, fifteen-bathroom (!!) house was being quietly shopped around for $28 million; it was listed on the MLS yesterday. (The house, incidentally, sits next door on Sunset Boulevard to the Richard Neutra-designed Kronish House, which belongs to Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos.) According to the listing, the house was “recently remodeled” and has “two living/reception rooms a two story dining room, a jr dining room, large kitchen/breakfast room/den, a full size screening room/theatre, two offices, assistants offices, a gym, staff rooms, two guest houses, N/S Tennis Court and a resort size pool.” This is fucking Madonna, we’re talking about here, after all. It all sits on 1.17 acres, set back from Sunset with a 500-foot driveway. Asking price is now $22.5 million. · 9425 SUNSET [Redfin] · Madonna Wants To Let It Go in Beverly Hills [Real Estalker]

[source: curbed.com]

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