The four-bedroom, contemporary-style house in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills that obscure actress/"real estate investor" Brooke Mueller -- better known as actor Charlie Sheen's wife since May 30 -- unloaded last year for $2,317,000 is back on the market again, this time with a $2,695,000 asking price.  In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the apparent flipping of the 3,032-square-foot (formerly 2,872-square-foot) house at 7383 Pyramid Place in the Hollywood Hills. The house came on the market on July 7. Built in 1967, the house at 7383 Pyramid has three and a half baths, a large living room with double-height ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, a dining room, and a home office or study with a wet bar and full bath, according to public records and listing information. The house's master suite has a walk-in closet, and other indoor features include a media area, according to listing information. Outside are a pool, a cabana and extensive decking, according to listing information. The house sits on a 0.34-acre (15,019-square-foot) lot, according to public records. We exclusively had reported on September 18, 2007 on the sale of the house by Mueller (who also has gone by the names Brooke Allen and Brooke Wolofsky) to the fellow who now has it back on the market again. The house is just north of Mulholland Drive and is just around the corner from the longtime home of painter David Hockney, who is easily one of the world's greatest living artists. Check out an online listing sheet for the Pyramid Place house. And go to a specially designed website for the house.