Take a look inside Dr Phil’s bizarre Beverly Hills home
There's something to be said about having too much money. Case is point is Dr. Phil's Beverly Crest home, which just hit the market for US$5.75 million.
The property, at 1642 San Ysidro Dr, was purchased by the popular TV host - whose real name is Phillip McGraw - in 2007, and is currently used by a family member.
Despite a seemingly "normal" exterior with yellow walls and a clay tile roof, the home is making waves in the international property scene, mainly due to its eclectic and downright bizarre, 573sqm interior.
A central, chandelier-topped living space, set under a black-and-white checkered rotunda, serves as an anchor to the home's two-storey floor plan.
It draws the eye to a sweeping staircase draped in woody vines and a custom wet bar with antler-like backrests on the bar stools.
To the left, a dining room is cloaked in bold shades of black and grey and features a wall of heavy machine guns.
The family room, meanwhile, adds neon-lit cabinetry, and the entry boasts a hanging chair.
The bizarre interior continues in the living room, where custom art and animal figurines surround a fireplace, while the lofted billiards room lightens things up with a wine cellar and blue floors seemingly splattered with white paint.
The master suite sits upstairs and is one of the five bedrooms and six bathrooms to form part of the home.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the popular TV host, whose real name is Phillip McGraw, bought the property in 2007, and it's currently used by a family member.
Originally published as Take a look inside Dr Phil's bizarre Beverly Hills home