WEST PALM BEACH — TV host Rosie O’Donnell appears to be increasingly antsy with her ownership of a West Palm Beach mansion.
The former star of The View has just discounted the Northwood Village property by $255,000, Gossip Extra has learned.
It’ll now set you back $5.75 million to live like Rosie, down from $6.05 million.
If you factor in the 6-percent commission to realtors, O’Donnell will be barely recovering what she paid for it in the summer of 2015.
By Northwood Village standards, 3100 North Flagler Drive is a magnificent property with a 5,700-square-foot, six-bedroom house with 180 feet on the Intracoastal, an outdoor fireplace and a guest home.
Records show she paid cash for the house after selling her Star Island mansion in 2013 in Miami Beach for $12.6 million.
Here’s the real estate websites’ description of what you can get for all that dough, which doesn’t appear to be that much: Truly spectacular totally renovated and partially reconstructed direct Intracoastal gated compound with deep water dockage. 7,600 sf estate boasts 6BD/5.5BA, plus a private guest house w/full bath and kitchen. Waterfront home features: 3 car garage, 2 indoor fireplaces, 2 loggias contain an outdoor fireplace & cypress ceiling and a summer kitchen, a heated pool and spa. The first floor master suite is highlighted by an incredible state of the art Master bath, featuring a multi-head shower, soaking tub, 2 vanities with built in TVs, massage room and 2 large walk in closets with lighted shoe shelving. The Chef’s kitchen has a natural gas cook top, stainless steel appliances, wine cooler and granite counter tops.
Two years ago, the then-listing agent told us O’Donnell loved the house from the moment she visited in the winter of 2015.
But the shine’s off, according to a source associated with the current attempt to sell, and O’Donnell isn’t a big fan of the area.
O’Donnell, meanwhile, has been a wandering fool when it comes to her Florida living since she sold her long-time vacation home in Miami Beach.
She left that place because, she said, of the tour boats.
Later that year, O’Donnell signed a $6 million-contract to buy Grease actress Olivia Newton-John‘s house in Jupiter Inlet Colony. But while the house was being inspected by her people, a contractor shot himself in a bedroom and died. Newton-John had an exorcism held at the house but O’Donnell let the contract expire without buying it.
The A League Of Their Own actress then looked on the Gulf Coast and eventually paid $5 million for a beachfront mansion near Sarasota, on the fancy Casey Key near one owned by horror writer Stephen King (Carrie, The Shining).
O’Donnell sold that house in April 2015, a few months before she settled down there.