Rock legends Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are searching for a tenant to occupy their upscale apartment located in West Hollywood’s prestigious Sierra Towers at 9255 Doheny Road, situated on the 10th floor facing northwest. The couple is offering the one-bedroom, two-bathroom unit for rent at a monthly rate of $9,500, positioned at the Beverly Hills/West Hollywood Gateway.
Nestled in a swanky high-rise, the apartment boasts 24/7 security, door attendants, valet parking, and a front desk for added convenience. Adjacent to their own living quarters, the Osbournes also own a two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom apartment, which appears to have already been rented out. The larger space was previously listed for $17,500 per month, as reported by realtor.com.
The Osbournes listed their West Hollywood condo for sale last year, with an asking price close to $4.8 million. Reports indicate that the couple moved into the condo ten years ago, purchasing it for $4 million in the spring of 2014. The unit was primarily occupied by their daughter Kelly Osbourne.
Sierra Towers skyscraper is renowned for being home to a long list of celebrities, including A-listers such as Cher, Sandra Bullock, Matthew Perry, Adam Sandler, and Courteney Cox.
The home has undergone renovations, featuring two bedrooms and three baths in a little more than 2,100 square feet of living space adorned throughout with stone floors and recessed lighting. Floor-to-ceiling windows also offer picturesque hillside and city lights views.
However, amenities at Sierra Towers come with a hefty price tag. The attended lobby, valet parking, 24-hour security and concierge, along with a newly designed pool and spa, fitness center, and conference facilities, come at a cost of $3,849 per month for the HOA charge.
Sharon Osbourne revealed last year that she and her husband, Ozzy, have decided to move back to the UK after living in America for two decades. Although her son Jack doesn’t want them to move, she insists that he needs to spend more time in England. She also mentioned plans to return to America for visits, although the move has yet to materialize as of the time of this report.