Eddie Murphy has sold his house - for less than half the original asking price.
The 'Norbit' actor has sold his 25,000 square foot property, known as 'Bubble Hill', for $12 million - eight years after the New Jersey estate was first put on the market for $30 million.
The estate - which had its price tag reduced to $22 million in 2006 and then to $19 million soon afterwards - boasts 32 rooms, including eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a two-lane bowling alley, billiard room, full sized racquetball court, recording studio, home gym, cinema, and an indoor swimming pool.
The four-acre property - which Eddie bought in 1985 - also has garage space for at least five cars.
During the time 'Bubble Hill' was up for sale, the 'Beverly Hills Cop' actor sold one of his other houses.
In February 2008, the 10-bedroom mansion he shared with ex-wife Nicole - who filed for divorce in 2005 after 12 years of marriage - was sold for $6.1 million.
It featured a home cinema with an arcade, tennis court, gymnasium, swimming pool, spa and outdoor kitchen complete with a barbecue.
The 11,000 sq ft mansion had views of the nearby Folsom Lake, and is situated on 2.5 acres of land.
As well as 10 bedrooms, the property came with a detached 5,200 sq ft guest house which has two additional suites.