"That's the type of thing that celebrities these days want in a house," Altman said. "No one wants to walk around and turn on the lights anymore. Want to turn on the waterfalls in the pool? Press a button."
Even the master bathroom is teched-out. A TV plays in the mirror; automatic toilet seats go up and down with the wave of a hand. But the home's biggest draw is its address.
"It's five minutes from the center of Beverly Hills and it's five minutes from the valley," Altman said, "so you have access to all the studios."
A perk lost on Sheen since Warner Bros. fired him from "Two a Half Men." Still, at a mere $2.99 million, the three-story sprawl could make a mighty fine third home, a place to keep fist-pumping after the other two mansions are trashed.
"Maybe I should call him up," mused Altman. "I know he's looking for houses for all his girlfriends."