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See Inside Cher's Tudor-Style Beverly Hills Bungalow

The private 3,089-square-foot compound is up for sale.
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Cher, who's currently starring in the new musical sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, has just listed her private Beverly Hills compound for $2.5 million. Surrounded by massive mountain views, the Tudor-style home features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and everything from a koi pond to a private deck and spa. Scroll down for a look inside the entertainer's luxurious home.

From French doors to high ceilings with wood beams, the home is full of character.


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The kitchen is complete with beautiful stonework and a charming breakfast area.


It has three bathrooms.


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There are four bedrooms with an abundance of natural light.


The master suite, located upstairs, has a bedside fireplace and vaulted wood beam ceilings.


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The master bathroom is outfitted with a long soaking tub, a multi-head shower, and a skylight.


There are stylish walk-in closets.


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Here's the spacious living room.


It's surrounded by massive mountain views.


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Along with a lush garden, it even has a koi pond, waterfall and meditation area.


<>*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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