In the 1970s, after selling more than 40 million records, Cher built the home that sits on this 16-acre Beverly Hills estate. She eventually sold it Eddie Murphy before it was purchased in 1994 by the home’s current owners, who are now looking to sell the sprawling property (currently listed at $85 million). The elegantly rustic 20,000-square-foot main home boasts 11 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms as well as wood-burning fireplaces and wood-beamed ceilings. Outside, a pool, a spa, and an outdoor kitchen provide fun under the sun or tranquil alfresco nights. A detached 7,000-square-foot five-bedroom, five-bathroom guesthouse is outfitted with unique design details, from Moroccan tiles and coffered ceilings to hand-carved wooden doors.
Horse enthusiasts will also adore the home’s generous equestrian center with five stables and two riding rings, as well as its network of riding trails. (Inquiries: Aaron Kirman, 424.249.7162, aaronkirman.com; toptenrealestatedeals.com)