In 2012, he rented the place for a rumored $50,000 a month for a couple months before officially making it his. At the time that he bought, he had recently separated from now-ex-wife Demi Moore and needed a new place to call home. Shortly after moving into his bachelor pad, Kutcher stepped out with former "That 70s Show" co-star Mila Kunis. Two years later, the duo are engaged and expecting their first child -- a girl!
With all those life changes, Kutcher's spectacular bachelor pad doesn't exactly scream "family home." It was rumored that Kunis wanted to bring up baby in a more family-friendly environment, and those rumors were confirmed when the duo snapped up a very family-friendly place in Beverly Hills for about $10 million.
With a new family home and a baby due any minute, it was time for Kutcher to part with his former party pad. In the same vein, Kunis just listed her single girl spread nearby, asking $3,995,000.
With their bachelor and bachelorette pad sell-offs in full swing, Kutcher's glassy house apparently had to go. The three-story home overlooks Lake Hollywood with fully retractable walls of glass. The floating dining room area opens to stunning views. The home also has a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, private screening room, bar area and gym/massage room.
The striking master suite boasts ample use of glass and wood, magnificent views and a spa-like master bath. A variety of outdoor spaces include enclosed gardens, outdoor rooms, infinity pool, cantilevered decks and an open sky terrace.
Fun Fact: Justin Bieber, who recently sold his Calabasas home to Khloe Kardashian, reportedly was very, very interested in purchasing the home in 2011, but Kutcher swooped in and bought it out from under him.
The current buyer remains unknown, but with Bieber's recent issues with his neighbors, this could have been a good buy for the young bad boy.