TV host Rosie O’Donnell appears to be increasingly antsy with her ownership of a West Palm Beach mansion.
The former star of “The View” has just discounted the Northwood Village property by $255,000, just five months after it hit the market.
It’ll now set you back $5.75 million to live like Rosie, down from $6.05 million.
If you factor in the 6 percent commission to Realtors, O’Donnell will be barely recovering what she paid for it in the summer of 2015.
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The property includes a 5,700-square-foot, six-bedroom house with 180 feet on the Intracoastal, an outdoor fireplace and a guest home.
Records show the 55-year-old lesbian activist, whose physical appearance became the butt of Donald Trump’s jokes during last year’s presidential campaign, paid cash for the house after selling her Star Island mansion in Miami Beach for $12.6 million in 2013.
Two years ago, the then-listing agent said O’Donnell loved the West Palm Beach crib from the moment she visited.
But the shine’s off, according to a source associated with the current attempt to sell, and O’Donnell isn’t a big fan of the area, which might not be as fancy as she is accustomed to. The mansion is across the Intracoastal from Palm Beach, but it might as well be miles away as it is surrounded by working- class neighborhoods.
O’Donnell, meanwhile, has been a wandering fool since she sold the Star Island place because, she said, of the tourists gawking at her and her family from tour boats.
The “A League Of Their Own” actress looked to the Gulf Coast and eventually paid $5 million for a beachfront mansion near Sarasota, on fancy Casey Key near horror writer Stephen King.
O’Donnell sold that house in April 2015, less than a year after she moved in.