Sunday Real Estate Round-Up, 5/18/08
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Former talk show host Dick Cavett is selling 77 acres of oceanfront property in Montauk for $30 million. Cavett has owned the property for about 30 years.
--A full-floor co-op residence at 2 E. 67th St. has it the market for $34.9 million. The eight-bedroom unit in the Rosario Candela-designed building belongs to Greek shipping billionaire Michael Lemos. The listing is here.
--The former Bluhdorn estate in Bedford, NY first hit the market for $42 million a couple years ago. Now the property which has been trimmed to 25 acres and includes a 10-bedroom mansion is listed at $20 million. Check out the listing here.
--Movie producer Bob Weinstein, the older brother and partner of Harvey Weinstein has paid $1.05 million for a street-level co-op on West 67th Street between Central Park West and Broadway which he bought as a personal investment.
From Berg Properties Big Time Listings:
--via the NY Post, you can be a Clinton neighbor in Chappaqua for $1.7 million. Be warned though, the home's history has put off some buyers The home was recently rented by Carlos Perez-Olivo who rented the house with his wife, Peggy. He is now accused of having murdered Peggy in order to be with his mistress. The listing is here.
----A five-bedroom house in Beverly Hills, Calif. where Dean Martin lived during the 1980s has been listed for $5.495 million. The listing is here.
--Actress Teri Garr has listed her house in Brentwood for $3.995 million. The listing for the cottage-style home is here.
--Actress Dedee Pfeiffer has sold her ranch-style house in Brentwood for $1.15 million.
--via the Miami Herald, a waterfront residence on La Gorce Island in Miami Beach that was once home to Cher and rented to Janet Jackson and Julio Iglesias is back on the market. It's our estate of the day later today.
--Jerry Seinfeld's former Los Angeles home has hit the market for $7.9 million. The listing is here.
--Sharon Stone has dropped the price again on a Beverly Hills home she's been trying to sell off and on since 2006. The home which was once listed at $12.5 million is now listed at an even $10 million. The listing is here.
From the Real Estalker:
--Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman have listed a two-bedroom condo unit in Encino for $750,000. The listing is here.
--Frankie Muniz has relisted his Hollywood Hills home for $3.695 million. It was our estate of the day back in December.
--The price on Kathleen Turner's Amagansett, N.Y. home has been reduced to $5.9 million, down from $6.995 million. The listing is here.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Turns out that the home that I profiled as the most expensive in zip code 90210 belongs to producer Mike Medavoy.
----Aaron Kamin of the band The Calling has placed a three-bedroom house in Studio City on the market for $1,199,999. The listing is here.
--Terence Michael, the executive producer of Showtime's "I Can't Believe I'm Still Single" show, is selling his bungalow in Playa del Rey for $981,000. The listing is here.
--Erik Nelson, a producer of more than 75 television specials and series, is selling his Los Feliz home and relocating to Vancouver, Canada, where most of his TV production is. His home on Observatory Drive, shown above, once belonged to Cecil B. DeMille. Check out the virtual tour here.
About a year ago I profiled Belle Epoque, the Montecito mansion of Norm Waitt Jr., co-founder of Gateway personal computers, as an estate of the day. He's been trying to sell the home for a while now, dropping the price all the way to $19.7 million with no results. Now he's auctioning it off through Sheldon Good & Co. via sealed bid. All sealed bids must be submitted by 3 p.m. on June 25 and Waitt has the right to accept, reject or negotiate with any and all bidders.