After about four years of renting their Beverly Hills mansion, rock legend Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon have decided to part with it, and have listed it for a whopping $26.895 million.

The famous rock-n-rock couple, who recently got back together after splitting earlier this year, had been renting their 90210 expanse for as much as $50,000 per month, according to property records.

The two-story, 4-bedroom, 6-bathroom home was designed by celebrity architect Paul R. Williams back in 1955, and sits on a roughly one-acre lot.

The circular motor court in the front of the home leads to brick steps and a four-columned portico. The ornate front entrance of the 5,389-square-foot, Georgian traditional-style home is balanced between two large bay windows which magnify the exemplary brick look.

Upon entry into the home, marble floors open up into a bright and spacious formal living space filled with natural light thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as a media room lined with wood-paneling, a wet bar, and fireplace. Both of these spaces open to the deck overlooking the gardens and large swimming pool.

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Entertaining large groups is easy with the gourmet kitchen, formal breakfast room, and a formal dining room with seating for 20 guests. The master bedroom features his-and-her dressing rooms, a dual shower, and even a secluded outdoor spa.

A guest house is located above the home’s garage, and staff can retreat to their own private quarters, of which there are two in the home.

The grounds of the property are very green thanks to the multitude of large mature trees and formal gardens that are quartered by patios and fountains, as well as a cabana with a fitness area, kitchen and bathroom.

The last time the home entered a real estate transaction was back in 1995 when it was purchased for $2.6 million.

The Osbournes also own another Beverly Hills mansion that they purchased last summer for $9.995 million. The home sits behind private gates on a lovely tree-lined street close to Sunset Boulevard in the highly coveted “Flats” area of 90210. The 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home is perched on a 0.41-acre lot with a grand central staircase, formal living and dining rooms, a library with a walk-in wet bar, large chef’s kitchen, and guest house. The outdoor property features gorgeous rose gardens, a courtyard terrace, and picturesque pool.

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Of course, the couple was also once proud owners of the Beverly Hills expanse that became famous worldwide when it was featured on their popular reality show, The Osbournes. They ended up selling the gated mansion in 2007 to songbird Christina Aguilera for $11.5 million, who then sold it six years later for the same price to actress Miao P.

Over the years, Ozzy and Sharon have accumulated quite an impressive real estate portfolio. Some of the homes they purchased were actual residences for the family, while others were rentals, including their most recent listing.

Sharon Osbourne continues to have a successful television career with her stint on ‘The View’, while Ozzy has embarked on a new reality show with his son Jack, entitled, “Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour.”

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