(LOS ANGELES) -- Could it be that the Warlock isn't winning anymore? Charlie Sheen, who two weeks ago was officially replaced on the hit sitcom Two and a Half Men by Ashton Kutcher, has put his Mulholland Estates mansion in Beverly Hills, Calif. on the market. The almost 8,000 square foot, five-bedroom, seven-bath house, which Sheen dubbed the Sober Valley Lodge, is described in the MLS listing as "an entertainer's dream," with lavish landscaping, outdoor kitchen, pool and spa. The inside boasts "top-of-the-line appliances and finishes," with "spacious public rooms," including a screening room. The price tag is set at a hefty $7.2 million.
TMZ reports that Sheen paid his ex-wife Brooke Mueller $1 million dollars during their divorce in order to obtain sole ownership of the house. Sheen was fired from Two and a Half Men in March.
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