Sept. 29, 2007

Eddie Murphy's ex-wife Nicole listing the couple's longtime Sacramento, CA-area estate for $6.5M

Eddie Murphy's ex-wife Nicole is asking $6,500,000 for the couple's 11,158-square-foot mansion in the unincorporated Granite Bay, Calif. region -- just outside Sacramento -- that they owned together from 1998 until their divorce was finalized in 2006 and the estate was awarded to her.

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In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the listing of the estate at 9125 Vista de Lago Court in Sacramento. Built in 1996, the 10-bedroom house has a whopping 14 baths, a full guest house, two guest suites, a home theater room with an arcade, a tennis court/sports court, a fitness gym, an infinity pool/spa, outdoor decks, patios and a barbecue kitchen, according to listing information. The 5,224-square-foot guest house has a separate parcel number and address of 9040 Vista de Lago Court. The entire estate comprises more than 2.5 acres and is located in the gated Los Lagos community of Sacramento.

The couple paid $3,825,000 for the estate in 1998.

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This isn't the first time the estate has been on the market. Back before Eddie and Nicole split up, they had listed the estate in 2005 for a whopping $10 million and found no takers.

Check out an online listing sheet for the estate -- complete with photos -- here.

Discussing the current and former components of Eddie Murphy's real-estate empire is always entertaining. The actor still is trying to sell his 32-room 'Bubble Hill' mansion in New Jersey, which we wrote about on June 14, and he also has his 205-acre 'Clove Hill' farm in Dutchess County, N.Y. on the market, for $8,995,000. And as we often like to note, he actually owns and is *not* trying to sell his 10-bedroom, 18,598-square-foot mansion on 4.373 acres at 19 Beverly Park in Beverly Hills, Calif.

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