Cher has been winning for 50+ years. She’s won the Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, and she’s gunning for the elusive Tony Award by bringing her life story to Broadway later this year. Now another Cher trophy could be yours, depending on who you are. Douglas Elliman’s Josh and Matthew Altman recently brought the icon’s former Beverly Hills estate to market for $68 million.
If Cher could “turn back time,” she may not have sold her 4-acre estate to actor-comedian Eddie Murphy in 1988—had she envisioned its ultimate potential. She’d likely marvel at the secluded property, now a 14-acre equestrian compound with 11 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms, horse stables, a Moroccan-inspired guest house, and nature trails. Today, the lush 32,000-square-foot paradise is nearly four times larger than Cher’s time residing there.
Nestled against a privatizing mountain off Benedict Canyon (mere clicks from Rodeo Drive and The Beverly Hills Hotel), the sprawling property has expanded to five parcels over the years, upon which an unfinished 20,000-square-foot main residence awaits the imagination of its next owner or an enterprising developer. The price tag is $17 million below previous ask, which sounds like a bargain if you’re an A-lister like Cher and Murphy.
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Broadway-Bound Cher Once Lived At This $68 Million Beverly Hills Estate