Tom Cruise is selling his Beverly Hills mansion for $13M

The home was rumored to be a Scientology retreat

TRD New York /
Mar.March 21, 2015 10:00 AM

Tom Cruise has listed his mansion on Mulholland Drive for just under $13 million. The European-style villa in Beverly Hills has two parcels with a total of 2.5 acres of land.

The home is gated with three bedrooms and a fully detached guest house with an additional four bedrooms and bathrooms.

According to Variety, the home was rumored to have been bought as a retreat for high-level Scientologists — it was purchased by two corporate entities back in 2005 — and Tom Cruise’s sister was recently living on the property.

The movie star seems to be undergoing a real estate overhaul. In November of last year he listed his Colorado estate for $59 million and back in 2013 he listed his New York townhouse for $28 million as well as an East Village condo for $3 million. Variety reports he currently lives in a Beverly Hills mansion he bought for $30.5 million in 2007.

The home is on sale for $12.995 million, according to real estate listing website Redfin.


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