HOLLYWOOD hellraiser Charlie Sheen has knocked £600k off the price of his Beverly Hills mansion.
The actor, 52, has been struggling to sell the seven-bedroom property since listing it for the bizarre price of $9,999,999 in February.
It’s now priced at £7 million ($9.2m) as Hot Shots star Charlie looks for a quick sell.
Set on half an acre in guard-gated Mulholland Estates, the Mediterranean-style home is a huge 8,932-square-feet with seven bathrooms.
It even has TWO swimming pools and its own cinema.
There’s a formal dining room and an up-to-date kitchen that includes top-end appliances, a walk-in pantry and a dumb waiter that conveniently lifts food and drink to the second-floor masters bedroom.
There’s also a games room, a gym, an office and the eye-catching blood-red home cinema.
The master bedroom also has its own small screening room and wet bar.
The home is designed for “large scale entertaining” and the garden has extensive terraces, a large gazebo with outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool.
Charlie Sheen was born Carlos Irwin Estevez – son of Martin Sheen and brother to Emilio Estevez.
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Sheen began his acting career in the 1980s in movies like Red Dawn and Platoon, but it was his role in Wall Street with his father Martin that truly propelled him.
His career was blighted with drink, drug and sex addicition controversies.
Charlie revealed that he has HIV a few years ago and advocates for greater awareness and understanding around HIV and AIDS.