The Beverly Hills property, which Cruise bought in 2007 for $30.5 million, includes standard megastar fare: a 10,000-square-foot mansion with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, tennis court, swimming pool, and a pair of guesthouses. The buyer reportedly is billionaire Leon Black, who founded Apollo Global Management, a private equity firm.
Cruise's next mission impossible is to find a buyer for his 298-acre Telluride, CO, estate that's currently listed for $59 million. The actor spent about 20 years amassing the land, which is roughly the size of Monaco. The estate house is nestled amid rolling meadows and mature trees and overlooks 14,000-foot peaks, the Sotheby's listing says.