World famous actress, and Basic Instincts star, Sharon Stone is taking a brazen economical initiative this week. The Hollywood actress is joining the continuously increasing group of home owners looking to take a load off of their monthly expenses by selling her Beverly Hills mansion.
Originally purchased in 2006 for $10,995,000, she has re-listed the seven bedroom Mediterranean estate at $8,995,000 after unsuccessfully hoping to get a flat $10 million for it earlier this year.
Perhaps indicative of Ms. Stone’s level of celebrity, she never actually moved into the home she bought, although it is reported that she had original plans, which never materialized, to remodel it before actually moving in. That time has come and gone, and now she is offering the home up for less than she originally paid for it, demonstrating the true frustrations of the current economy, even for Hollywood stars.
The next owner of the house may not get to boast they live in the home Sharon Stone actually lived in, but they will be receiving an incredible mansion that features a resort-style lagoon pool and a tennis court, among other luxurious features.
Valerie Fitzgerald of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills is handing the listing for Ms. Stone.