Beverly Hills couple Warren Beatty and Annette Bening want to ditch their Mulholland Drive mansion, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Back in December, Beatty and Bening tried to rent out their Beverly Hills Post Office home for $25,000 per month, and now it looks like they're ready to let it go once and for all.
The Mediterranean-style home, which was built in 1992, was listed Friday for $6.995 million. The home, which has over 10,000 square feet of living space, features a pool, spa, gym, office and servants' quarters, as well as a separate guest house. In total, there are nine bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
Bening started her acting career in theater and was featured in several small films before exploding onto the scene in the 1990 film "The Grifters." Since then, she's starred in movies which include "American Beauty," "Being Julia" and "The Kids Are All Right."
She and Beatty met when they starred opposite each other in the 1991 film "Bugsy," about American mobster Bugsy Siegel. They have four children together.
Beatty's most memorable acting role was in the 1967 film "Bonnie And Clyde," with Faye Dunaway. He's also directed and produced films, including "Dick Tracy" and "Bulworth." Beatty is currently working on a biopic of famous eccentric Howard Hughes, and was recently in the news for helping to honor his older sister, Shirley MacLaine, with an American Film Institute Life Achievement award.
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