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Cher selling Beverly Crest ‘retreat’ for $2.5M

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The home has hardwood floors and ivy climbing the walls

View of house from backyard
The house sits on a half-acre lot with a grassy yard and a koi pond.
Photos courtesy Williams & Williams

Pop icon Cher is parting ways with a cozy (by celebrity standards) home above Beverly Hills.

Property records show the singer and actress bought the house in 2013 for just over $2.1 million. According to Mansion Global, Cher and her two sons have used the house as an LA “retreat” when they’re in the area.

The house certainly looks like a nice place to retreat to. Built in 1957, the English-style home has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, French doors, and bay windows. Listing material describes the four-bedroom house as a “country home,” and it sits on more than half an acre, with foresty surroundings and ivy growing on the walls.

The living room opens out to a large balcony overlooking an adjacent hillside, and the grassy yard includes a stony koi pond.

Last year, the much grander Owlwood estate in Holmby Hills, once occupied by Cher and then-husband Sonny Bono, sold for $90 million—one of the priciest real estate deals in LA history.

This house stands to sell for a bit less. Featuring three bathrooms and more than 3,000 square feet of living space, it’s asking $2.499 million. Branden and Rayni Williams of Hilton & Hyland have the listing.

Living room
Bedroom with fireplace
Koi pond