Sunday Real Estate Round-Up
--As we mentioned before, Val Kilmer has put part of his Pecos River ranch on the market.
--Khandi Alexander has bought a Hollywood Hills home for close to its $3-million asking price.
-- Actress/producer Lisa Blount and writer/actor Ray McKinnon, who was in "Deadwood" have sold their Hollywood Heights cottage for a little bit more than its asking price of $690,000. The couple plan to buy a house in Little Rock, Arkansas.
--Musician Flea has listed his Los Feliz home at just under $1.2 million. The charming home has three bedrooms and a sunken living room. The listing with plenty of interior shots, can be found here.
From the New York Observer Manhattan Transfers:
--Tony White who is selling his townhouse to Woody Allen, has bought across the street, picking up the former home of the late philanthropist Paul Mellon which was listed at $24.5 million. What's White getting by moving across the street? His new pad has around 3,000 square feet and twice the frontage but apparently the place is full of tiny rooms and needs an overhaul.
--The 60,0000square-foot, $40-million home in Alpine, New Jersey has gone to contract. The home, which has 13 bedrooms, a movie theater, bowling alley and an ice cream parlor. Even if it sold for the asking price it's not the biggest deal in Alpine since Henry Clay Frick II sold his 63-acre Alpine estate to Richard Kurtz for $58 million.
From Forbes Movers and Shakers
--Steve Wynn won't be coming to Beverly Hills after all. He has put the 25,000-square-foot lot where he planned to build his California retreat on the market for $7.25 million.The listing is here. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal Wynn has also put his four-bedroom, 12,000-plus-square-foot Vegas mansion on the market for $25 million.