Sunday Real Estate Round-Up, 05/09/10
From Homes of the Rich:
--The Glass Pavillion in Montecitio California, shown above, was designed by Steve Hermann Design. It is on the market for $35 million. The home has 15,000 square feet of living space and a lower level that can fit up to 32 cars. The listing is here.
--Versailles, the lavish home of real estate mogul David Siegel in Windemere, Florida has hit the market for $100 million. The listing is here.
--The former home of Jayson Williams, the ex-NBA player who later pled guilty to assault in the shooting death of a limousine driver is up for sale. The home was involved in the shooting and underwent an extensive renovation by the current owner. It's now listed at $12.5 million. The listing is here.
From the Real Estalker:
--Hockey player and former Vogue intern Sean Avery has listed his two-bedroom loft in the Chelsea Club building in New York City for $1.695 million. The listing is here.
--Paul and Sara Ruffin Costello, who worked for the magazine Domino have put their very well-decorated Federal style townhouse in New York City's West Village on the market for $12.95 million. The listing is here.
From the LA Times Hot Properties:
--Professional poker player Phil Ivey has listed his Las Vegas-area home at $1,995,000.
From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--The 56-acre Napa estate of the late Robert Mondavi and his widow, Margrit, has gone on the market for $25 million. The home includes a viewing tower with a circular staircase, an underground wine cellar but no vineyards.
From the NY Times Big Deal:
--Former 'N Sync band member, Lance Bass, has picked up a condo at the Chelsea Mercantile. The 1,300-square-foot one-bedroom was listed with David Lewandowski and Ronald Lense at Prudential Douglas Elliman for $1.495 million.
--A unit in the San Remo building at 145-146 Central Park West has hit the market for $17.5 million. The listing for the three-bedroom unit in the south tower is here.
--Producer Joe Roth has found a buyer for his One Beacon Court. The condo was listed at $21.7 million.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Lucaino Pavarotti's widow, Nicoletta Mantovani has listed one of the tenor's three apartments at Central Park South's Hampshire House co-op. The one-bedroom apartment, which has not yet been formally listed, is being offered first to insiders for $1.5 million.
--The penthouse at 610 Park Avenue, is listed as a $75,000-per-month rental through Corcoran's Carrie Chiang and Janet Wang but may also be for sale for $34.8 million.
--A four-bedroom apartment at the Dakota has gone into contract with the final asking price at $12.5 million, a nearly 50 percent reduction in price since the time it was first on the market.
From Homes and Properties UK:
--Soccer manager Terry Venables paid £3.7 million for a six-flat Cheyne Walk building overlooking the Thames and Albert Bridge in Chelsea several years ago. He has now put it back on the market at the ambitious price of £14.5 million through John D Wood after spending an estimated £2 million converting it into a family home.
--Actress Stephanie Beacham is selling Dar Perfecta, her high-walled, three-bedroom property in Essaouira, Morocco which she converted from a ramshackle ruin five years ago.
--Musician Vince Clarke has finally sold Ammonite, his space-age Surrey home, for £1.5 million, a hefty £1 million drop from his original 2002 asking price.
Gallery: Vince Clarke In Surrey
--Laetitia Maklouf, gardening's Nigella Lawson, once lived in Kate Moss's former open-plan, first-floor flat in Shepherd's Bush. But now, after the recent arrival of baby Jemima Velvet, she and her husband Adrian have bought an Edwardian terrace home in nearby Stamford Brook with their own garden.