Amid a messy divorce, the couple sold their sprawling Tuscan estate sitting in the prestigious celebrity enclave in Beverly Hills for the hefty price of $15.5 million, down nearly $2 million from its original asking price when it hit the market, TMZ reported.
The property was listed with Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency after the 86-year-old talk show host filed a petition to end his seventh marriage in October.
However, this is not the first time the couple, who wed in 1997, filed for divorce. The couple reconciled after a spat in 2010. In 2016, both took to cable TV's Hallmark Channel to dispel rumors of infidelity.
In 2007, the couple bought the lavish home for just under $12 million, according to TMZ. Despite the drop in asking price, the couple netted a profit of over $3 million.
The home encompasses a towering sky-lit foyer, which opens up to “grand formal public rooms,” according to the Westside Estate Agency listing.
The estate also comes with imported Italian limestone, tile, Venetian plaster and "state-of-the-art technology" and sits amongst "manicured" gardens and a luxury swimming pool, according to the listing.
The kitchen is equipped with high-end appliances and is well lit due to the backyard-facing French windows, according to Architectural Digest, which reported the home also includes a game room with a wet bar and a home gym.
King conducted over 40,000 interviews over his 60-year career from celebrities and athletes to sitting presidents. He is widely known for his talk show “Larry King Live” on CNN.
FOX Business' Mike Cherico and The Associated Press contributed to this report.