From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Rosemarie Stack, the widow of Robert Stack has put her Wilshire corridor condo up for sale for $6.5 million, shown above. It is listed here.
--"CSI: Miami" actress Khandi Alexander's Hollywood Hills home is still on the market. We'll be checking it out later as our estate of the day.
--Meg Ryan's Bel-Air home is now officially listed at $19.5 million. The listing is here.
--Roy Schlobohm, whose father founded the Shirley's of Hollywood bra and lingerie manufacturing company in 1948, has listed his Malibu beach home at $13.3 million. It's too pretty to pass up, we'll be checking this one out later this week.
--World champion ice skater Tai Babilonia listed her Sherman Oaks home at $1,085,000 and it was in escrow in less than a week.
From the Real Estalker:
--Venture capitalist Tom Perkins has put his home in the Bay Area back on the market for $20.5 million. It was that same price back in 2006 when we checked it out as an estate of the day.
--Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have picked up a home in Encino for $2.495 million. Their Westwood home was our estate of the day recently.
--Toby Keith has put his Nashville home on the market. It was our estate of the day on Saturday.
--Jade Jagger has put her London house on the market. We'll be checking out this one on Monday.
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Alex Rodriguez has lowered the price of his Park Avenue apartment and is also offering it for rent. He is now asking $12.5 million for the four-bedroom unit Trump Park Avenue or will rent the place unfurnished for $50,000 a month. Braden Keil took a tour and found it "surprisingly elegant" looking "more like the home of a buttoned-down business executive than an athlete." We covered this and A-Rod's other home for sale as our estate of the day last week.
--Model Elizabeth Jagger has moved out of her Greenwich Village apartment after the owner of the five-unit townhouse decided to put it on the market. The listing for the five-story 1853 Anglo-Italianate townhouse, available for $7.95 million, is here.
From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--Baseball player Steve Finley and his wife, interior designer Amy Finley have put a beachfront home in Del Mar, California on the market for $21.5 million. We'll be taking a closer look at this one on Tuesday.
--Dennis Kozlowski, the former CEO of Tyco, is still in jail but is still trying to sell his Nantucket home. He bought the home for $5 million for the house in 1997. The current asking price of $16.45 million is less than the home's assessed value of $16.92 million. The listing is here.
--In Manhattan, a 10-room apartment at The Dakota is now listed for $19.5 million, down 19% from its original $24 million set in June. The owner is a Wall Street executive and the listing is here.
-- Diandra De Morrell Douglas, the ex-wife of actor Michael Douglas, is in contract to sell her townhouse which was most recently listed at $9.25 million.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Corcoran broker Deborah Kern, has two $12 million NYC listings, her own eight-room Majestic co-op w
hich she and her husband, James Kern, a former senior managing director at Bear Stearns, paid j$5.2 million for in 2005 and the Park Avenue home of Mark Goldstein
, who became the co-head of Bear Stearns' European investment banking last year who bought his home for $5.275 million in 2006.
--Sheridan Mitchell Lorenz, whose father, the Texas natural-gas mogul George P. Mitchell, is currently ranked by Forbes as No. 349 on the list of the world's billionaires, just bought a condo at 50 Orchard Street for $1.4 million.
--Alice R. Gottesman, whose father is the investor David Gottesman (No. 428 on the Forbes list ), spent $6,957,917 on two neighboring co-op units at 118 West 79th Street.
--Roy Judelson, whose father, David Judelson, co-founded Gulf & Western in 1956 and the biotechnology company Biopure decades later, has a bigger apartment. He and his wife paid $10.5 million this month for an 11-room, four-bedroom, 3,950-square-foot co-op at 33 East 70th Street.
--The Park Avenue home of the late fashion designer turned real estate executive turned Showgirls producer Charles Evans has had another price cut. It was originally listed at $29.5 million and is now at listed at $20 million. The listing for the triplex penthouse is here.
From Newsday's Real LI :
--Kenjocketey, a Lloyd Neck, NY estate that we first covered back in 2005
when it was for sale for $16.25 million is still on the market, now for an even $13 million. The listing is here.
--Fashion designer Adrienne Vittadini has lowered the price of her Water Mill, New York home to $6.495 million. It will be an estate of the day later this week.
From Berg Properties Big Time Listings:
--A four-bedroom house in Los Angeles' Los Feliz neighborhood that the late actor Paul Winfield had owned until he died in 2004 has sold for $3.65 million.
--Orlando Magic star, Dwight Howard has picked up a new home
in Longwood, Florida for around $8 million and it's a former estate of the day which was once listed at $9.7 million.
--Nicolas Cage who recently has listed several of his properties has put one of his New Orleans homes for sale
for $3.7 million (Big Time Listings reports he bought the home
for $3.45 million in 2005). The listing is here.
From the IHT's Raising the Roof blog:
--Villa Fontana, a 16th Century villa outside the Tuscan town of Cortona is on the market for the first time in 500 years. The 16-bedroom villa is listed at 8 million euros.