The lead singer of Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne and his wife, former The Talk host Sharon Osbourne, are ready to ditch their L.A. property and move back to England according to
Dirt. Located on one of Hancock Park’s poshest streets, the Mediterranean villa-style manor was built in 1929 and has six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms in over 11,000 square feet of living space. After spending the last 25 years living primarily in the U.S., the rocker cites California taxes as “too much,” though he still loves the Cali lifestyle.
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An arched wooden door sets a stately tone for the stylish home, framed by oak trees, Italian cypresses, manicured boxwoods and a grassy lawn. The villa has a Spanish-style clay roof for authentic Mediterranean flair.
The double-height foyer is dominated by the staircase and a glittering gold crystal chandelier.
The maximalist living room features twin crystal drop chandeliers, a white stone hearth and traditional furniture. Two curved windows offer plenty of natural light, while two symmetrical mirrors on either side of the fireplace make the room feel larger than it is.
The chef’s kitchen features a La Cornue range and is open to both the family room and breakfast room. A fun, powder pink curved banquette is built into the kitchen island. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets provides ample storage.
This office is full of stately details, like wood panelling, a stone fireplace, a velvet sofa and deep nailhead-trim leather armchairs.
The family room has a pastel pink sofa and generous built-ins. A rolling library ladder and gingham check pillows inject a dose of casual, country charm.
Hardwood floors continue upstairs, where there are four bedrooms and a bonus room that could be a fifth bedroom. The ornate handpainted gilded ceiling and arched colonnade are typical of grand SoCal Mediterranean villas.
The principal bedroom suite is wrapped in romantic metallic wallpaper, and has its own sitting area and ornate fireplace. It also offers dual baths, dual closets and his-and-her dressing rooms.
Sharon’s closet features a giant island, chandelier and mirrored cabinets.
Both bathrooms have chandeliers and standalone soaking tubs, one sheathed in a chrome finish. This one features damask wallpaper, a crystal chandelier and marble floors.
The home’s lower level houses an all-red plush screening room wrapped in velvet for a theatrical experience that’s pure L.A.
An outdoor dining loggia complete with a fireplace, flatscreen, pizza oven and built-in BBQ is a picturesque spot to unwind al fresco.