The ageing rocker was one of a series interviewed for documentary film `Lemmy` - about the titular Motorhead frontman - and the film`s directors said Ozzy`s house, which he lives in with his wife and manager Sharon, was hands down the best.
Co-director Greg Olliver told BANG Showbiz: "Ozzy had the nicest house, no doubt about it. He had the red phantom parked out front, Sharon had just come home in a stretched limo from shopping and there were bags and piles of new clothes and shoes all over the foyer, with a marble table.
"We were then led down to Ozzy`s recording studio, which is at the bottom of the house, and it had the most beautiful wood for the stairs, and at the bottom, there`s these two black leather doors with black crosses sewn in.
"You could just tell, some people find a way to do it right in the world of music and then there`s others who live in like apartments in east Hollywood in some slum apartment building."
The film`s co-director, Wes Orshoski, said Ozzy`s living circumstances were a world away from the situation of their film`s subject.
He added: "Lemmy`s apartment is kind of like the exact opposite of Ozzy`s. It`s like a cave. Like Nosferatu`s coffin. He lives in a one bedroom apartment, that he`s been in so long, like 15 years, that there`s half the square footage now, because he`s filled it with so much stuff - piles of books, magazines, war relics, guitars, T-shirts, road cases, amps, boots everywhere.
"It looks like you`re in an army navy store, he has wardrobe racks in his living room, full of military jackets. He-s kind of like a college kid that moved into an apartment and never left."
`Lemmy` is released in UK cinemas from December 3 and will be out on DVD from January 24th.