From the Real Estalker:
--Actor Anthony Clark has put two homes on the market. The first is a three-bedroom Robert Byrd-designed home in the Outpost Estates area of Los Angeles which is listed at $2.495 million. Clark picked up the home, shown above, in 2006 for $1.59 million. The listing is here.
The second, a Laguna Beach home will be our estate of the day on Monday.
--Donna Summer and her husband Bruce Sudano are rumored to selling their Brentwood, Tennessee mansion. No listing info has turned up yet.
--Lance Armstrong has put his Texas ranch on the market. It's our estate of the day later today.
--Writer, director and actor Tyler Perry seems to have put his Georgia home, Avec Chateau on the market for $3.695 million. A property website was briefly online but has been removed, you can catch a cached copy here.
--Singer Sinitta's townhouse in London is on the market. We'll check it out as an estate of the day on Tuesday.
--Britney Spears has cut the price of her home in the Summit community in the Beverly Hills Post Office area from $7.9 million
to $7.195 million.
--Ed McMahon is still fighting foreclosure.
--Beverly Hills builder John Bersci has cut the price on the Harvey Mudd estate to $8.995 million.
It was listed at $11.495 million when it was our estate of the day.
--Lance Armstrong has reportedly picked up a $9 million home in Aspen, Colorado.
--Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez have recently picked up a pair of penthouse condos in San Juan, Perto Rico with the plan to turn them into one big unit.
From the International Herald Tribune's Raising the Roof:
--Shaquille O'Neal's battle to sell his Miami estate continues. The home is back on the market after a deal in the $19 million range reportedly fell through. The home was listed at $29 million when it was our estate of the day,
down from a price of $32 million. He paid $18.2 million for the home in 2004. it is now back on the market for $25 million.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Last week we saw that husband-and-wife actor-directors Vondie Curtis-Hall and Kasi Lemmons had reduced the asking price of their Hollywood Hills home from $3.595 million to $2.669 million, now it's at $2.295 million. The listing is here.
--Cheech Marin has reduced the price on his Malibu home to $2.95 million. It was originally listed at $3.9 million. The listing is here.
--Director Walter Donigher has listed his Italian Renaissance style in Hancock Park for $3.999 million. The listing is here.
--Brad O'Leary, former talk show host and author of "The Audacity of Deceit," has listed his Beverly Hills-area for $5.499 million. The listing is here.
Psychologist Toni Grant has listed er West Hollywood penthouse for $3.495 million. The listing for the lavish penthouse is here.
--Olivia Newton-John has finally closed escrow on Malibu home for more than $10 million. The buyer is a trust representing Patrick Kevin Morris and his wife, Gaby Morgerman, Morris is an entertainment lawyer and Morgerman is a senior vice president at William Morris Agency.
--Richard and Marianne Kay, who hold the patent for Cleatskins, a rubberized covering for shoes with cleats, just sold their Pacific Palisades home for $14.5 million.
--Actor Miguel Ferrer and his wife, Lori Weintraub have listed their Hidden Hills home at $4,999,999. The listing is here.
The Hollywood Hills home of the late Milton Katselas, the founder of the Beverly Hills Playhouse acting school, has been listed for $2.6 million. The listing is here.
From Newsday's Real LI:
--Buy this six-bedroom home in Nissequogue, New York listed for $2.499 million
and they'll throw in tickets to the Super Bowl.
--Fitness studio owner Lydia Bach has sold her home in Southampton for $6.5 million.
-Dick Cavett has closed on the sale of 76.8 acres on DeForest Road in Montauk for $18 million. He paid $540,000 for the land in 1973.
From Cityfile's Buyers and Sellers:
--Troy Roberts, a correspondent on CBS's 48 Hours, has paid $2.275 million for a two-bedroom apartment in the Tribeca area of New York City.
--Marquis Jets co-founder Jesse Itzler and his wife, Spanx CEO Sara Blakely, have closed on the sale of their apartment at 15 Central Park West for $8.7 million.
--Leo Tilman, Bear Stearns' chief institutional strategist before starting up his own firm, has paid $3.5 million for a condo at Tribeca's 101 Warren Street.
--50 Cent has dropped the price of his 19-bedroom, 51,000-square-foot Farmington, Connecticut mansion by $4 million. The home, Mike Tyson's former home, was listed at $18.5 million when it was our estate of the day in 2007.
From Berg Properties Big Time Listings:
--The Hollywood Hills home of late photographer Wallace Seawell Hollywood Hills is on the market for $2.069 million. The listing is here.
--"CSI" creator Anthony Zuiker paid $9.35 million for celebrity manager Rick Yorn's Brentwood home.
--David Hasselhoff and his former wife, Pamela Bach have put their Encino home on the market for $5.95 million.
-A five-bedroom house in Los Angeles' Bel-Air area that Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal once owned has cut its asking price from $9.5 million to $6.995 million.
--A house in Studio City that once was owned by the late actor Hal Buckley and may have been lived in by Timothy Leary has come off the market after having been listed most recently for $1,999,999.
From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--Baseball player Alex Rodriguez has dropped the price on his Coral Gables, Florida home to $12.3 million. We checked out the home in October as an estate of the day when it was listed at $14.876 million.
--Don King has put his oceanfront estate in Manalapan, Florida on the market for $27.5 million.
--The estate of Andrew McKelvey, who founded Monster.com, has listed his New York City midtown apartment for $7.9 million.
--Cole Porter's former apartment at New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel is available for rent for $140,000 a month.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--The late Araxia M. Buckhantz's two-bedroom unit at 834 Fifth Avenue will be put on the market for around $30 million.
--Lehman's former head of mortgage banking, Kurt A. Locher, recently spent $5.25 million on a West End Avenue apartment.
--Ex-AIG executive vice president Robert M. Sandler spent $3.45 million at the Hampshire House the day after the F.B.I. announced its investigation into his old firm's collapse.
--Rosemary T. Berkery, the former vice chairman, general c
ounsel and senior vice president at Merrill Lynch, has bought a $5.2 million apartment at 975 Park Avenue. She and her husband, attorney Robert Hausen, already have a co-op five floors down in the building.
--Jeff Zavattero, a Bear Stevens senior managing director recently sold his apartment at 530 East 76th St. for $4.2 million for his apartment.
--A former Lehman Brothers vice chairman Kunho Cho sold his One Beacon Court condo for $10 million. Mr. Cho and his wife, Tay, paid only $5.975 million when they bought the apartment in June 2005.
--Yankees player Hideki Matsuihas paid $10.5 million for a penthouse at the Heritage, one of the high-rises in the Trump Place development on Riverside Boulevard. He still owns a 52nd-floor apartment at Trump World Tower which he bought for $3,157,900 in 2005.
--Carren and Jeffrey Hendren have sold their townhouse at 45 East 74th Street for $10 million, $2.25 million more than they paid in June 2007. The house was bought by a limited liability corporation called Antarctica, whose manager is listed in records as Valerio Morabito, an Italian film producer. The multi-unit building will be transformed into a single-family house.
From the Detroit Free Press:
--Fire has severely damaged the Crantzdorf estate in Tennessee, a castle-like home which was our estate of the day last month and was listed for $28.5 million.