Sunday Real Estate Round-Up
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Tommy Mottola has re-listed his North Salem home with a new price of $19.5 million, it was an estate of the day last year at $21 million.
--Producers Kathleen Kennedy and her husband, Frank Marshall, have paid $2.695 million for a pied-a-terre at 120 Central Park South.
--Rumor has it that one of the buyers of one of the $50 million-plus condo at The Plaza is Italian real-estate tycoon Luigi Zunino, the CEO of Milan-based Risanamento S.p.A., one of Italy's largest real-estate development companies.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Richard Gere has sold his New York townhouse for around $9 million.
--Mary and Donald Graham, the C.E.O. and chairman of the Washington Post Company, have paid $4.65 million for a pied-à-terre at 262 Central Park West.
--The fabulous Lindemann apartment, an estate of the day back in 2006, has sold for $16.1 million.
From Berg Properties Big Time Listings:
--A contemporary-style house in the Beverly Hills area that once was owned by award-winning pianist and composer Burt Bacharach is available for $3,495,000. The listing is here.
--Actress Lisa Vidal has reduced the asking price of her five-bedroom, traditional-style house in Los Angeles' Studio City neighborhood to $1,995,000.
--Retired major-league baseball player David Cone has sold his mansion on 10 acres in Greenwich, Connecticut for $12 million and the buyers turned around and sold the house again for an undisclosed price, according to the Wall Street Journal.
--Talk-show host Larry King has sold his longtime Beverly Hills house for an undisclosed price.
From the Real Estalker:
--Might Michael Eisner be looking to sell his massive Malibu compound?
--A house that may belong to supermodel Rachel Hunter is on the market for $2.995 million.
--Ellen Degeneres and Portia Di Rossi are selling another home, we'll be looking at this as our estate of the day later today.
--If you need a gorgeous visual experience for your Sunday take the virtual tour for the fantastic home of screenwriter Akiva Goldsman on Cole Crest Drive in Los Angeles, CA, shown above. The home has a unique A-frame studio and an amazing view for $2.595 million. Goldsman is moving onto to another gorgeous home, Anthony Kiedis's pleasure palace.
--Jack Black has listed his Beachwood Canyon home for $1.699 million.
--Russell and Kimora Lee Simmons have now put their Doheny Drive home on the market for $5.8 million.
--The Osbournes Beverly Hills home may be back on the market for $11.995 million.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Christopher Lloyd, has listed his residence in Montecito at close to $11.3 million. It looks like this one is the Montecito home we recently featured as an estate of the day.
--Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson and his wife, Melinda, have sold their Lake Arrowhead home for close to its asking price of $6.25 million.
--A Beverly Hills home once known as the See's Candies estate and owned by a founder of the company has sold for $35 million.