Eddie Murphy just made an easy $12 million! Unfortunately for him, he originally was aiming for $30 million.
The east coast estate, known as "Bubble Hill", went on sale in 2004 for a listed $30 million, but dropped to $22 million in 2006.
Seven years later, Murphy has finally hawked off the 25,000 sqaure feet Colonial style home to someone who can truly appreciate it. And eventually sell it for $30 million once the economy improves. LOL!
This place truly is impressive too. The property boasts 32 rooms, including eight bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms, an indoor swimming pool with an arched glass roof, two lane bowling alley, a paneled billiard room, full sized racquetball court, a professional recording studio, a carriage house with a home gym, at least three fireplaces, garaging for at least 5 cars and a movie theater.
The actor has owned the house since 1985 so there is a chance he recorded a demo of Party All The Time in that professional recording studio. Whoever bought this mansion might own a piece of music history!
[Image via WENN.]