Take a look inside Ozzy Osbourne’s stunning £15.5m Los Angeles mansion

Ozzy Osbourne has confirmed he’s moving back to the UK with wife Sharon and they’ve put their luxurious Los Angeles estate up for sale

Birmingham legend Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon have listed their incredible 11,500-square-foot Hancock Park, Los Angeles, estate for $18 million (£15.5m).

Purchased in 2015 for close to $12 million, the couple completely revamped both the interiors and exteriors, which modernised the space but kept its old-Hollywood charm, according to leading international real estate brokers Hilton & Hyland.

According to the home’s listing, the Mediterranean Revival style mansion was built in 1929 by architect A.K. Kellogg, and comes complete with six bedrooms and eleven bathrooms, a separate guest apartment above the garage, and elevator access to all floors.

Ozzy recently announced plans to move back to the UK with wife Sharon saying he was “fed up” with the number of mass shootings in his adopted home nation. The 73 year-old, who wowed music fans across the globe with his stunning performance with Black Sabbath band mates at the Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony and suffers from Parkinson’s Disease, also said he does not want to die in the US and be buried in Forest Lawn, the California cemetery favoured by many celebrities.

He and Sharon, who married in 1982, are to move to their 120-year-old Grade II listed property, Welders House, in Buckinghamshire.

They will be leaving behind their stunning LA home which features a stunning entrance with an expansive well-manicured lawn leading up to an elaborate arch doorway and arch windows, enhanced by oak trees and Italian cypress. The backyard is equally as magnificent with a dining area located within the home’s dreamy loggia, open to views of the lawn, mosaic-tiled pool, and a trellised section that continues the property’s Mediterranean theme.

The main house’s chef’s kitchen is marked by hardwood floors, a centrally-located banquet, and a hanging cook’s rack. A fireplace in the plush all-red screening room is embellished with the signatures of famous golden-era Hollywood actors and musicians like Rita Moreno and Nancy Sinatra.

Upstairs, the primary suite stands out with a full sitting area, double bathrooms, and double walk-in closets. The site also reports that if sold for the asking price, the property will be one of the most expensive homes sold in the area.

Take a look around Ozzy’s amazing LA mansion below.

According to the home’s listing, the Mediterranean Revival style mansion was built in 1929 by architect A.K. Kellogg, and comes complete with six bedrooms and eleven bathrooms, a separate guest apartment above the garage, and elevator access to all floors.

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