Sunday Real Estate Round-Up
--Linda Fiorentino is selling her New York apartment. The one-bedroom is listed for $1.225 million. The listing for the rather modest apartment is here.
--Architect Peter Cook, who is separated from Christie Brinkley, has been studying for his residential broker's license at Southampton College perhaps in order to sell his properties himself.
--Businessman Andrew Murstein has just spent $13 million for eight acres in Westhampton Beach, where he may build a mega mansion.
--A new price record for Harlem, a buyer will be purchasing an apartment at 111 Central Park North for $6.6 million.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Grace Hightower, the wife of Robert De Niro has bought a $3.44 million limestone townhouse which she plans to gut and renovate.
--Henrik Lundqvist, Swedish gold medalist and goalie has paid $1.75 million for a condo at the Bromley on West 83rd.
--Burton B. Staniar, the chairman of Knoll furniture has purchased a new apartment for $9 million.
--Boutique-hotel developer Stephen Brighenti has sold his duplex in the 110-year-old Berwind Mansion for $4.7 million. Mr. Brighenti's old duplex is in the eastern half of the mansion's lower and first floors; the west side belongs to the fashion designer Adolfo. The mansion's parlor floor is on the market for $9.495 million. The listing for this gorgeous gilded dwelling is here. The new owner of Brighenti's home could create quite a gorgeous spread for himself.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Ashlee Simpson has sold her Encino home for $5.7 million. The home has a 2,200-square-foot master suite which includes a 700-square-foot closet that includes a washer and dryer.
--Drummer Matt Sorum has purchased a ranch-style home in the Sunset Strip area for close to its asking price of $2.7 million.
--Charlie Wilson, part of the funk trio the Gap Band, has put his horse ranch near Agua Dulce and Acton on the market at $5.3 million. The listing is our estate of the day.
--An eight-bedroom Beverly Hills house once owned by the Spanish-born concert pianist José Iturbi is listed at $12.5 million. The home contains classic furniture plus musical instruments owned by Iturbi which the new owner will have first crack at owning.