Sunday Real Estate Round-Up, 02/14/10
From the LA Times Hot Properties:
--A Hollywood Hills home owned by TV dance show judge and producer Nigel Lythgoe has been listed for $2.649 million.
Gallery: Nigel Lythgoe in the Hollywood Hills
--Eyeworks television production company founder Reinout Oerlemans has sold his Beverly Hills contemporary for $12.5 million.
Gallery: Shadow Hill Way
--Walton Goggins, who starred in the crime drama "The Shield" from 2002 to 2008, is putting his remodeled Hollywood Hills home on the market for $1.175 million.
-- A Beverly Hills house designed by architect Wallace Neff in 1956 for Groucho Marx has sold for $8.8 million. It was listed at $12.9 million when we covered it as an estate of the day.
Gallery: Groucho Marx Estate
From the NY Post:
4Kids Entertainment CEO Al Kahn has picked up Bernie Madoff's old penthouse and listed his apartment at the Time Warner Center for $33.6 million. The listing is here.
Gallery: Al Kahn at Time Warner Center
--Interior designer Jamie Drake is close to closing on the sale of his home in East Hampton. He is reportedly selling for $2.75 million.
Gallery: Jamie Drake in East Hampton
--Alec Baldwin seems to have been spotted everywhere in New York looking for an apartment. He was most recently spotted in SoHo last week, where he checked out the $13.75 million penthouse duplex at 34 Greene St.
--Joseph Plumeri, the CEO of Willis Group Holdings, has reportedly gone into contract to buy a 15th- floor apartment at 995 Fifth Avenue which had been listed most recently for $23.5 million.
From the Real Estalker:
--Actress Kate Walsh listed her home in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles with an asking price of $3,995,000.
--Deion Sanders has listed a three-bedroom penthouse at the Azure building in Dallas, Texas for $7.5 million. His mansion in Prosper, Texas is still on the market for $21 million.
Gallery: Deion Sanders in Dallas, Texas
Gallery: Deion Sanders in Texas
--Benjamin Bratt and his wife Talisa Soto have sold their apartment at 43 West 13th Street for $2.3 million to Mark Crumpacker, the newly-hired chief marketing officer of Chipotle.
--Texas oil heir A.R. "Tony" Sanchez Jr. has dropped the price of his 76th-floor apartment at the Metropolitan Tower on West 57th Street. It is now listed at $9.399 million.
--via the NY Observer, hedge funder Anand Desai and his wife, Erica, have paid $12 million for a condo at 15 Madison Square North.
----Real estate developer Elizabeth Rad has put her four-bedroom loft at 166 Duane Street up for sale for $8.4 million.
--via Curbed, the SoHo apartment where DJ AM died from a drug overdose last year has arrived on the market for $1.795 million.
Gallery: One Kenmare Square
--Mortgage company founder Steven Schnall and his wife Sherri have found a buyer for their mansion at 2 North Moore Street. It was listed most recently for $29 million.
--via Curbed, the former Dakota residence of the late model/actress Ruth Ford has been reduced to $5.99 million.
--via Curbed, Igal Lichtman, the founder of a software company called MagicSolutions, has paid $6.31 million for an apartment at One Madison Park.
--via the NY TImes, NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson has sold his t loft at 32 West 18th Street for $4 million. He and his wife paid $8.33 million for a condo in the Superior Ink building on W. 12th St.
--via Newsday, Financier Henry Silverman has paid $14 million for a mansion in Sagaponack with a tennis court, pool and its own one-hole golf course.
-- via the NY Times, Brooklyn's most expensive condo has been sold for $8.495 million.
--via the NY Times, interior designer Juan Montoya and his partner, Urban Karlsson, have put their apartment at 211 Madison Avenue on the market for $1.3 million.
Gallery: Juan Montoya in NYC
--via NY Magazine, Madonna may be renting a six-bedroom mansion known "Coxwould" for the her summer home in the Hamptons. The estate was listed for $425,000 for the Memorial Day to Labor Day period.
From Homes and Property UK:
--Bartlett House, a Berkshire home that belonged to the late Bryan Morrison and his widow, Greta has been listed for £6 million through Savills.
Gallery: Bartlett House