It doesn’t really matter why Cher is selling the home, we can just chalk it up to her doing what she does best—whatever the heck she wants.
The home is a cozy country cottage with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and just over 3,000 square feet. Cher purchased the property from “Modern Family” star Ed O’Neill in 2013 for $2.15 million. The lot is over a half-acre, with mountain views, and set behind iron gates for security.
The interiors are light, airy, and maintain a natural, calming Zen vibe throughout. They provide a perfect match for the lush gardens, meditation area, waterfall, koi pond, and other soothing outdoor areas scattered throughout the property.
The planked ceilings and hardwood floors are made from reclaimed wood, and the massive master suite includes roomy closet space, a fireplace, and a private deck with spa. Essentially, the home is the antithesis of the glitter, glam, and high drama we’ve come to associate with the living legend.
Thanks to her recent appearance in “Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again,” Cher has been gracing fans with new interviews and details about her fabulous life at home. In US Weekly, she revealed that she makes 5-inch beaded earrings for all her friends and can whip up a mean Chicken Bolognese, which she is likely to have produced a time or two in this home’s kitchen.
Whether you can afford to contemplate making an actual offer on this tranquil gem or just want to gaze at pictures of the home Cher inhabited, there’s no denying, even after all these years, that the original diva still has the ability to give everything she touches just a little bit of her magic.
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