--Jason Winer, an executive producer and director of the ABC comedy "Modern Family," has listed his three-level Hollywood-area town house shown above for $599,000. Winer is selling because he is moving to a larger house in another Los Angeles neighborhood. He bought the town house in 2006 for $560,000. The listing is here.
--Annette Cook, the founder and chief executive of Barefoot Dreams, and her husband, Stan,have sold an ocean-view contemporary in Malibu for $3 million.
--Actor Conrad Bain has listed his longtime Brentwood home for sale at $3.175 million. The listing is here.
--Music industry executive Mark Mazzetti has sold his Hollywood Hills-area home for $1,089,000
--Actress Sandra Will Carradine has listed her beach house in Carpinteria's gated Rincon Point community for $4.29 million. The property website is here.
From Cityfile's Buyers and Sellers:
--Washington power lobbyists Tony and Heather Podesta have picked up a New York pied-à-terre, paying $3.247 million for an apartment at the Sohmer Piano Building at 170 Fifth Avenue.
--via the NY Observer, The Sloane mansion, which was once listed at $64 million, is now listed with a new broker and a new lower price, $39 million. The listing is here.
Gallery: Sloane Mansion
--via the NY Observer, a one-bedroom (plus library) apartment in the Sherry Netherland building has gone on sale for $9.5 million. The listing is here.
Gallery: Life at the Sherry-Netherland
--Actress Kristen Johnston has closed on the sale of her duplex at 296 West 10th Street. The two-bedroom apartment with a solarium and terrace was listed for $1.795 million and sold for $1.7 million to costume designers John Orberg and Janet Kuhl.
Gallery: Kristen Johnston in The West Village
--via Curbed, Armon Bar-Tur, a managing director at SafeHarbor Capital Partners, and his wife Rebecca, have found a buyer for their townhouse at 92 Charles Street. The four-bedroom home, which the couple bought for $6 million in 2006 and listed for $14.95 million in October, has gone into contract after less than a month on the market.
--Hedge funder Steve Stuart, who left Fortress Investment Group in 2007 has found a buyer for his 35th floor apartment at the Park Laurel on West 63rd Street. The four-bedroom condo, which Stuart bought for $5.4 million in 2004 and put on the market for $10.8 million in October 2008, sold this week to an unidentified buyer for $7.4 million.
--via the NY Post, real estate investor Michael Hirtenstein is the mystery buyer who has agreed to purchase financier Armon Bar-Tur's townhouse at 92 Charles Street for "about $13.5 million."
--via Curbed, Gigi Mahon, an interior decorator, author, and the wife of former Citicorp vice chairman Thomas Theobold, has put her two units at the Plaza on the market for $22.5 million. Mahon bought the two units separately for $3.66 million and $10.02 million back in 2007. The listing is here.
--via the NY Post, Mets outfielder Gary Sheffield and his wife have gone into contract to sell their home in Alpine, NJ. It had been listed for $5 million.
From Newsday's Real LI:
--Jamie Drake, the interior designer who counts Mayor Bloomberg as one of his clients, has put his East Hampton, New York home on the market for $2.9 million. The listing is here.
Gallery: Jamie Drake in East Hampton
A Matinecock, New York mansion will go up for auction on November 17 auction. The auction is being held by Grand Estates Auction and the home will be sold to the highest bidder, with no reserves and no minimums and buyers must present a $50,000 certified check in order to bid on the property. The 5.33-acre estate is appraised at $10 million.
--Lands End, the 13.35-acre Sands Point estate which may have been the inspiration for Daisy Buchanan's home in F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Great Gatsby," is back on the market with an approval for a five-lot subdivision and a price of $30 million. The property has a 25-room mansion was designed by Stanford White and built in 1902. The listing is here.
--Private eye Bo Dietl has gone into contract to sell his Manhasset home. The former cop and occasional TV commentator bought the home for $2.3 million in 2004, listed it for $3.295 million in August and is reportedly selling for "just over $3 million."
--Ellen DeGeneras has purchased a horse ranch outside of Westlake Village, California.
--Lndsay Lohan and Sam Ronson both recently moved from their leased houses in the Beachwood Canyon area of Los Angeles and into leased condos at the very same West Hollywood high-rise building where Nicole Richie once owned multi-million dollar digs. Sam's previous place on Beachwood Canyon Drive iscurrently available for lease at $4,350 a month and Lindsay's former rental on El Contento Drive is also up for rent for $8,900 a month.
From AOL Real Estate:
--Check out a list of the most expensive homes on the market in the United States.
From the NY Post:
-- Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts have been spotted checking out listings at 120 11th Ave.
--Louise Sunshine, is helping her son, broker Sam Sunshine, sell the One Beacon Court apartment owned by her husband, Martin Begun. The apartment is listed at $6.75 million.
--Singer Frankie Valli has been showing some interest in a $3.3 million, three-bedroom apartment at the Rushmore, a luxury condo development on the Upper West Side. The apartment is now listed as 'in contract.'
From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--Connie Chung and Maury Povich are in contract to buy a home listed for $8.98 million in the Embassy Row area of Washington. The couple, with their son, plan to move from New York in 2010 or 2011.
--Former Lehman Brothers president Joseph M. Gregory has gone into contract on his seven-acre Manchester, Vermont estate, which he listed for $2.48 million. He bought the seven-acre Vermont property for $675,000 in 1993. His 2.5-acre oceanfront estate in Bridgehampton, New York remains on the market with an asking price of $27.9 million.
Gallery: Joseph Gregory in the Hamptons
From the Real Estalker:
--Hollywood talent manager Jeff Kwatinetz has listed his four-bedroom Malibu home for $7.299 million. The listing is here.
--Sophia Loren's son Edoardo Ponti and his wife Sasha Alexander have listed their four-bedroom Los Angeles home for $2.135 million. The listing is here.
--Designer Max Azria has listed his home in Beverly Hills for $6.899 million. The listing is here.
--Celebrity hair stylist and reality television star Jonathan Antin has listed his four-bedroom home in Toluca Lake for $1.999 million. The listing is here.
From Zillow Blog:
--Curt Schilling has reduced the price of his Medfield, Massachusetts home again. It is now listed at $4.5 million down from an original $8 million.
Gallery: Curt Schilling's Estate