Sunday Real Estate Round-Up
--Actor Josh Randall and his wife, actress Claire Rankin sold their Paul Williams-designed cottage in the Hancock Park area for slightly more than $800,000 and traded up to a three-bedroom Colonial Revival in the same areas for around $1 million.
--Michelle Pfeiffer and her husband, writer-producer David E. Kelley, have put their Oahu compound on the market for $12.9 million. The home on Lanikai Beach has 140 feet of beach frontage, a 1930's vintage cottage and separate guest quarters as well as a pool house. Check out the listing here.
--Hong Kong film star, Maggie Quigley has picked up a Studio City home for about $2.23 million.
--Production designer Barry Robison has put his Bel-Air home on the market for $959,000. What does nearly $1 million get you in Bel Air? Only about 1200 square feet, two bedrooms and one bath. The listing is here.
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Is Denzel Washington picking up a home in the former Washington Square Methodist Church? He's reportedly looking at a three-bedroom apartment with 23-foot ceilings that is selling for $5.96 million.
--Writer J.K. Rowling has rented a two-story mansion in the Hamptons in mid-August for $150,000.
--Another writer, Salman Rushdie, has been spotted checking out 485 Fifth Ave., the former offices of Tommy Hilfiger which have gone condo.
--It's nearly time to check out the 34th Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House which is the five-story townhouse owned by Jacqui Safra and Jean Doumanian and still for sale for $55 million.