Sharon Stone’s Sea Cliff Homes where she spent time with her adopted child despite having to give up custody

Sharon Stone was a famous actress in Hollywood who played Femme Fatales. She is also known as a woman of mystery, both on television and film. As well as her exceptional beauty and talent, she has a flair for creating beautiful homes. We are amazed at the gorgeous places that the actress has made her home. 

After her divorce from Michael Greenburg in 1987 she was widowed. “Catwoman”Phil Bronstein was the editor of San Francisco’s newspaper. They purchased their San Francisco home in the 20th century together and moved in together. 

Stone, like most women, wanted children and began trying to have them. They tried to conceive naturally but they explored other options. Stone and her husband were already in touch with an attorney to assist them in the adoption process.

Sharon Stone and Phil Bronstein at the 2000 GLAAD Media Awards at Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, United States. Source: Getty Images | Source: Getty Images

The actress had previously suffered from lupus-related factors rheumatoid factor. She also suffered a miscarriage many years ago. Now, with Bronstein she has suffered two more. Both were lost at five months. However, her last one was the most terrifying, yet it came with a silver lining. She would Remember:

“The last time I lost the baby, I went into 36 hours of labor. While at the hospital, our adoption attorney called.” 

Sharon Stone and Phil Bronstein at the 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet at Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills (California), United States. | Source: Getty Images

On their return trip home, the couple received a call from her and learned that she had been approved to adopt a baby boy in just a few weeks. One month and a bit later, she was able to listen on the phone as their baby boy was born. She Submitted Vogue:

“I felt as if God was throwing me a life raft.”

Roan Joseph Bronstein was named by them, and Roan was her first sight. Finally, the “Lovelace”Despite her inability to naturally have children, actress became a mom. 

THE HOME WHERE ROAN IS RAISED

Roan arrived in the world to find the loving arms and San Francisco home of his adoptive family.

Built in the early 1900s, the 8,500-square-foot home sits on top of Baker Beach’s cliff. It has direct views of the Marin Headlands and the Golden Gate Bridge as well as the Pacific Ocean.

The seven-bedroom U-shaped home has seven bedrooms. It features a courtyard filled with bamboo and palm trees. 

This is a proud and warm place. Italianate-Victorian homeThe home also has a red-tiled roof, two garages with two cars each, and an entrance for guests. The main floor has custom fireplaces and a gold-foil ceiling.

Baker Beach is accessible via a wooden staircase that leads to the second deck. You can also walk for about 20 minutes to the Golden Gate Bridge base.

Large picture windows provide a direct view of both the water and the cargo and cruise ships that pass through the room. The home also offers unparalleled views of breathtaking sunsets.  

NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE and DIVORCE

The actress was nearly killed in October 2001 when doctors discovered she had suffered from a brain hemorhage. Her marriage fell apart even before she was fully recovered. 

Roan Joseph Bronstein and Sharon Stone attended the Fendi boutique’s opening at 51 Avenue Montaine, Paris, France on July 3, 2013. | Source: Getty Images

Stone was unable to pinpoint when or how her marital troubles started. However, Stone now believes that her husband’s initial intentions for her were corrupted and that he tricked her into joining the union. 

She Her husband: “He just didn’t see me, talk to me, look at me.” They drifted apart, and the “Basic Instinct”Actress began to spend time apart from their San Francisco home.

Actress Sharon Stone (L), with her son Roan Joe Bronstein, arrive in New York on July 16, 2021. Source: Getty Images| Source: Getty Images

Sources claim she spent a lot of time at her Los Angeles home and abroad trying to revive her film career. After “enormous strain”Bronstein, after their marriage, filed for divorce in 2003. “irreconcilable differences.” 

But, the divorce was amicable. They both asked for joint custody for their adopted son Roan. According to Bronstein’s lawyer, News 24 Reports:

“There will be no drama here. They both have the interests of their three-year-old at heart. They are trying to resolve this in a very private manner.”

THE LOS ANGELES MANSION SHE SHARES WITH HER SONS

After the divorce, you can start to “A Different Loyalty”The actress moved to Los Angeles. The terms of their custody were soon changed, even though the judge initially gave them both Roan. He settled on a two year rotation with each parent.

Bronstein was granted primary physical custody by a San Francisco judge. He stated that it would disrupt his ability to move from his Bay Area community to Los Angeles to be with Stone.

Stone adopted Laird and Quinn, both of whom she raised on her own in Los Angeles. Roan was always there for her, and she visited him often in Los Angeles.

Mother of three, the “Broken Flowers” actress made her Los Angeles mansion a haven for her boys. “They’re at a wonderful age when we don’t have to have a nanny living with us anymore.”She SubmittedIn 2018, there were a lot of people Addition:

“I can wake up on a Saturday, and I come downstairs, and they’re playing, and we hang out. We swim, play basketball, we watch movies. We have such a lovely family dynamic.”

You are curious to know more about her. Los Angeles mansionWhat does it look like? Let’s take you on a tour. Stone bought the Beverly Hills house in 1993. It was still under construction so she could incorporate her favorite designs and styles.

Stone’s flair for interior design is evident in this home, which balances comfort, style and glamour. She Designing process:

“This house has its own voice, and once we began to understand that language, the design process became much easier.”

The stairway hall is decorated with a Mimmo Paldino painting, an old bookcase and a Julie Neill Designs chandelier. The room is brightened by the white walls and french windows, which add comfort and glamour.

The living area is divided into two areas by a partial wall and mirrored pocket doors. One side allows the actor’s sons to relax and watch television, while the other is open for her to entertain guests.

The foyer’s powder area has an antique-tile floor made by Agra. While the dining room is outfitted with snappy contemporary lighting by Moooi as well as a hair-on hide rug in the shape of a traffic cone, the powder room also features an Agra-tiled floor. She SubmittedArchitectural Digest:

“I also put in the moldings, mantels, and other architectural details that are so essential to the integrity of the space.”

The main suite of Stone’s home is a self-contained apartment-like unit with silk rugs, chairs covered in shaggy white Mongolian lamb hides, and a luxurious bathroom.  

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