Sunday Real Estate Round-Up
--Howard Stern's Hamptons rental has been sold for around $34 million, a record sale for Southampton Village.
--Lasata, the gorgeous East Hampton mansion where Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis spent most of her childhood has been sold for $24 million to Reed Krakoff, the president of Coach.
-- Lorraine Bracco has taken her Bridgehampton house off the market and is instead working on selling her three-bedroom Snedens Landing home which is on sale for $3.2 million. It is our estate of the day, later today.
--Treat Williams is selling the New York apartment he's lived in for 30 years and heading to Utah. The Upper West Side apartment is listed for $4.75 million. The listing is here, and as you can see above, includes pictures of Treat and his family at play in the home.
--Mario Batali's landlord, who's trying to boot out the Del Posto restaurant, is paying a record price for a Manhattan home located below Canal Street. Keith Rubenstein is paying $20 million for a 6,000-square-foot apartment at 101 Warren St.
--Rumor has it that the owners of Bob Guccione's former Upper East Side residence have an accepted offer on the house which has a $59 million asking price. Looks like me might have a record breaker here.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Billionaire J. Christopher Flowers has put the East 73rd Street mansion he bough three months ago on the market back on the market for $6 million more than he paid. The 21-room limestone mansion is now listed for $23 million. The listing is here.
-- Luca Orlandi, the founder of the Luca Luca fashion line has bought a duplex penthouse co-op for $3.345 million.
--Vincent D'Onofrio has sold his East Village apartment for $2.6 million.
--Imagine Films co-chairwoman Karen Kehela Sherwood and her novelist husband, Ben Sherwood, have sold their 11th-floor loft at 684 Broadway for $2.45 million.
From The Rat and the Mouse, a London real estate blog
--Noel Coward's home between 1930 and 1956 is on the market for £4 million. A brochure can be downloaded here.
From the NY Times Big Deal:
--Michael Hirtenstein who paid $15.7 million in cash a few years ago to buy a 4,825-square-foot penthouse in the north tower of the Time Warner Center recently sold for $27 million. Hirtenstein rented out the apartment for the last year and a half to Jay-Z for as much as $70,000 a month and then sold to Todd Wagner, the business partner of Mark Cuban. Hirtenstein closed a 27-foot-wide mansion on Gramercy Park last week which he plans to hold for a while and then resell.
--Thomas Sandell, an investor and hedge fund manager in Manhattan, has sold a Fifth Avenue apartment without the big profit he was expecting. It was originally bought as raw space by Lily Safra, the widow of the banker Edmond Safra, for $13.1 million then sold to Mr. Sandell in January 2005 for $13.6 million. He put it up for sale at just under $20 million but finally sold it for $15.8 million.
--The Christian Science church in the heart of Greenwich Village will soon be home to nine new 2,200-square-foot condominiums. The church is not leaving the space.
From The Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--Bank of America's chairman and chief executive, Kenneth D. Lewis, and his wife, Donna are selling the South Carolina vacation home they share with another couple for $3.795 million. The listing is here.
From Berg Properties Big Time Listings:
--Actor Noah Wyle has officially sold his 5,149-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Los Feliz area for $4,225,000.
--Max Weinberg, from the Conan O'Brien show recently sold his Santa Monica house and is trying to sell or rent his home in the Brentwood area for $8.2 million. The listing is here but it says status pending so perhaps it is already sold.
--Singer Pat Benatar and her guitarist husband, Neil Giraldo, have paid $1,675,000 to buy 9.83 acres in Malibu.
--James Haven, Angelina Jolie's brother, has sold his two-bedroom condo in West Hollywood for $635,000.
From the Real Estalker:
--Britney Spears has put her latest home back on the market. She has listed it with the furniture that she also bought with the house for $7.495 million. The listing is here.
--Damon Dash is selling his Benedict Canyon home. It is listed at $3.795 million.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Posh and Becks, otherwise known as David Beckham and his wife, Victoria may have looked at more than 20 homes before returning to London basically checking out every Westside estate listed in the $18-million-to-$30-million range.
--Macy Gray has sold her Encino home for its last asking price of about $5.6 million.
--The last home of actress Bette Davis, an apartment-turned-condo, has come on the market at close to $2.3 million. The listing is here.