The cast needs more room
Actor Charlie Sheen of "Two and a Half Men" and his wife, Brooke, have listed their 1927 Mediterranean in Los Feliz at $3,697,000.

The Sheens spent the past year restoring and decorating the gated villa, which has four bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms. But at 4,179 square feet, it may not have enough room for three men.

The parents of twin sons born in March, the couple are selling because they would like a bigger house in which to raise their family, according to their listing agents. Multiple Listing Service records show that the home was purchased in November 2007 for $2,575,000.

A fountain stands in the tiled front courtyard. Inside, the dramatic two-story entry has wood floors and a vaulted ceiling. A step-down living room features a fireplace and wood-beamed ceiling.

The eat-in kitchen, with stone floors and a center island, overlooks courtyards and the backyard, which has a swimming pool.

A sweeping staircase leads to the master bedroom wing, the other bedrooms, an upstairs family room and outdoor terraces.

Sheen, 43, has starred in the CBS sitcom since its 2003 launch. His extensive television and film credits include "Spin City" (2000-02) and "Wall Street" (1987).

Sherri Rogers and Konstantine Valissarakos of Sotheby's International Realty, Los Feliz, share the listing.

They hope a deal comes 'round

Richard Foos, the former head of Rhino Records, and his wife, Shari, have put their Brentwood estate on the market and are hoping for a hit.

The Fooses spent three years building and another three decorating the Thomas Callaway-designed, 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean, which was completed in 2002. Yet they reported that visitors often view the period details and think the home was built in the '20s.

Listed at $19.9 million, the gated, seven-bedroom, 13-bathroom house sits on more than 34,000 square feet of park-like grounds with a swimming pool and views of the Santa Monica Mountains.

"We've had small parties in cozy corners and large events throughout the entire house and outdoors," Shari Foos said.

There are seven fireplaces, hand-painted walls and beams, a meditation room, a music system that extends to every room and solar heating. Push-button walls retract on the loggia. The two-room guesthouse has a wraparound porch.

"Nothing is random," she said of the material selections and artisanship. "The floor of the guesthouse was imported from a European church. Even the way Tom Callaway conceived the knotty-pine game room with its jukebox, pinball machines, multiple TV monitors and soda fountain -- it looks as though it was refurbished in the '40s."

Richard Foos started Rhino in 1973 as a record store selling blues albums. It went on to become a record label and was purchased by Time Warner in 1998. A philanthropist, the music executive would give Rhino employees time off work to do community service.

The couple are selling because the family has grown up and "it makes sense for us to downsize," Shari Foos said. "It's time for another adventure."

Susan Smith of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills, has the listing.

This case is closed. 10-4.