Charlie Sheen’s finally managed to unload that nice Mediterranean in Los Feliz that he’s been trying to sell for two and a half years…and he actually made money on the sale. Sheen and then-wife Brooke Mueller bought the house in 2007 for $2.575 million and listed it in June 2009 for $3.697 million. Over the course of the listing, the sale price has been about as erratic as Sheen has–at one point the house was restaged and priceupped to $4.1 million. Anyway, Real Estalker reports today that Sheen has sold to Simon Helberg of the Big Bang Theory for $2.9 million. The 1927 house has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. See Sheen’s 2009 listing photos here and the 2010 ones here. · Charlie Sheen Sells to Simon Helberg [Real Estalker] · New to Market: 1927 Los Feliz Mediterranean [Curbed LA] · Charlie Sheen’s Los Feliz Mediterranean Destaged and Unchopped [Curbed LA]


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