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Published on August 26th, 2016 | by Nerhys


Slash Unable to Sell Beverly Hills Mansion

Slash might be an incredibly talented musician but he hasn’t been able to sell his house. The Guns N’ Roses guitarist originally put his Beverly Hills mansion on the market over a year ago for about $11 million after he and his wife Perla filed for divorce. Poor Slash must feel incredibly unlucky. After all, Beverly Hills properties are some of the most sought after in the world. A look at will show you why people love Beverly Hills and LA living. The sizeable price tag of Slash’s property rules out a large percentage of the population, but that doesn’t mean all apartments in the area are expensive.

According to TMZ:

The GNR guitarist just relisted his Mulholland Estates home for $9.5 million … about $1.5 million off the original listing for the 7- bedroom, 9 bath home.

The massive, 11-thousand square foot home has been stripped of its rock n’ roll character — though the stripper pole still remains — and the area where there used to be a skate ramp in the backyard has been turned into a beach volleyball court.

I wonder: Will he need to “slash” the price even further to sell his house?

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  1. josh says:

    great story…………………. not

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