The couple are said to have looked at around 100 properties before settling on the 35-bedroom estate.
The sprawling residence comes complete with it’s own chemical toy factory, moat, polluted lake and forest with three trees in it.
Sharon bought the Chinese villa direct from the owner after spotting the property on a Fox News report.
A source close to the deal said: “It’s a place called Chateau Dalai which is in a tiny village called Xin Xan Xin Xiang in Sichuan province.
“They’ll be moving in roughly three days and living there full-time.”
The magnificent cascading stone-walled terraces are of solid construction and made from 95% sand mixed with a little bit of concrete and newspaper.
The estate is surrounded by beautiful yellow water with twenty fountains, bubbling aqueducts, and a toxic chemical laden stream runs through hidden tunnels into the moat and fills the polluted lake.
The popular Beijing Times quoted Ngn See-yuen, founder of the Chinese Sharon Stone Appreciation Society, as saying that he welcomes Sharon Stone to all of China wholeheartedly. Her most recent film, The Year of Getting to Know Us, and four other movies starring the actress, are all set to be very popular in China.
Thousands of Chinese internet users have posted praise online for Sharon Stone and all the media has been inundated with talk of the wonders of the American actress.