Sunday Real Estate Round-Up
--Thomas Ian Nicholas, who was in "American Pie" and is a star of National Lampoon's upcoming movie "Cattle Call" is selling his three bedroom home in North Hills for $650,000. The listing for the home, which has an attached sound studio can be found here.
--A listing in the Hollywood Hills has a spooky past, it was used in the filming of Halloween. It looks perfectly innocent with its Colonial Revival style and white picket fence. The listing, for just under $1.4 million, can be found here.
--Writer Bruce C. McKenna has listed his Hollywood Hills home, where he wrote much of the HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers" (2001), at $3.25 million. The home sits on three lots and has views of the Hollywood sign. The six-bedroom-home also has a library, media room and smart-house technology. The home was also previously home to actor Peter Scolari and musician Brian Setzer. The listing can be found here.
From the NY Post Gimme Shelter:
--Banker Jacqui Safra and Jean Doumanian have listed their 18,000-square-foot neo-French Renaissance mansion for $55 million. The 50-foot-wide townhouse was built in 1896 and was bought in 1987 for $6.9 million and though it's in rough shape, it will be getting a makeover since it's been chosen as this year's Kips Bay designer showhouse. The listing is here.
--Yahoo! Chairmen Terry Semel spent $43 million for $8.5 acres of land in East Hampton. The land has a five bedroom cottage but has plenty of room for a massive mansion if Semel is interested in expanding.
From Forbes Movers & Shakers:
The longtime retreat of late James Bond author Ian Fleming, Goat Island, has just come on the market for $8 million. The 10 acre island has a two-story main house. The listing is here.