The northern California mansion Eddie Murphy once called home is currently listed for $12 million. According to Zillow, the actor purchased the home in 1998 and lived there until 2007 with his now ex-wife, Nicole Mitchell. He sold it for $6.1 million to its current owner, who used it to hold charity events.
A lot of the 9-bedroom, 14-bathroom home still retains the unique style and custom furnishings it had when Murphy lived there, including a rare Schimmel Pegasus Piano.
The 12,600-square-foot home and 5,200-square-foot guesthouse are located on a 2.5-acre property just north of Sacramento, in Loomis, California. According to the listing, the estate features a twin curved stairway, floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room with views of the city, Folsom Lake and the Sierra Nevada Mountains, a private gym, a 12-seat theater, an arcade and an elevator. Outside, the property boasts a pool and a tennis court.
With amenities like these, it’s no wonder the estate is called the “Crown Jewel of Los Lagos.”