Cher Lists Her English Tudor-Style Beverly Hills Home Just As Mamma Mia! Hits Theaters

Cher is lightening up her real-estate portfolio just as her IMDB page is getting even longer. The iconic singer and one of the stars of the recently released musical Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again put her English Tudor-style Beverly Hills bungalow on the market for $2.499 million just as the film hit theaters.

The home, which spans 3,089 square feet and includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms, looks fit for a children’s fairy tale on the outside, with dark wood frames accenting white-cream walls and abundant windows, and ivy covering much of the outer façade. A gray brick-paved driveway leads up from the wrought iron gates at the base of the property to the main home and an attached two-car garage.

Inside, the bungalow boasts plenty of natural light, with high ceilings with exposed wooden beams and numerous French doors and windows throughout. The floor is largely made up of reclaimed wood planks, further adding to the English-countryside vibe of the place.

The living area on the first floor is an open-space design, with the sitting area separated from the formal dining room by a large wood-burning fireplace along one wall. The nearby kitchen is sunlit, with white marble countertops and stone floors creating a welcoming, clean space with an adjacent, cozy breakfast nook all lined with windows.

Upstairs, the central feature of the second floor is clearly the master suite, which features not one but two large fireplaces, and the other in an adjacent sitting area. The vaulted ceilings of the master bedroom are perhaps matched only in impressiveness by the enormous walk-in closet, which boasts massive dark-wood shelves and drawers, ideal for someone with an extensive wardrobe, like Cher.

The connected master bathroom is also its own impressive thing unto itself, with two side-by-side his-and-hers sinks, a chic deep soaking tub, and two facing steam showers. Outdoors, Cher’s home is no less enviable, with a large wraparound porch deck, a koi pond, a waterfall, and a meditation area. Views from the home include sweeping views of the nearby mountains and plenty of clear blue skies and tall trees, unfettered by skyscrapers and other man-made structures.

In addition to her bungalow, Cher is still the proud owner of a Los Angeles duplex featuring Indian-inspired decor and a Ron Wilson–designed Victorian home elsewhere in the Los Angeles area.

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