From the Real Estalker:
--Architect Benjamin Sohr and designer and day spa owner Genifer Goodman Sohr have put their fabulous modern log cabin, shown above, in Nashville on the market for $899,000. The listing is here.
--Jimmy Kimmel may have picked up a new contemporary home in Los Angeles which was listed at $6.35 million.
--Jeff Lewis of Bravo's "Flipping Out" is the "very motivated" seller for a home in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles listed at $1.395 million. He bought the home for $1 million in June of this year. The home is listed as "looking for backup."
--Producer and screenwriter Walter Parkes and producer Laurie MacDonald have listed their loft apartment in the TriBeCa area of New York City for for $4.595 million.
--Michelle Branch has listed her Tennessee home for sale for $1.285 million. It was our estate of the day on Saturday.
--Tony Danza's Park City, utah ski home is available for rent.
--Rumor has it that Oprah is looking for real estate in Washington D.C.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Paula Redstone, the soon-to-be ex-wife of Sumner Redstone has picked up a Beverly Hills home for $4.15 million.
--Television producer Jeff Franklin, who produced such TV hits as "Full House," "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper" and "Malcolm & Eddie," is selling his Sunset Strip-area house, now listed at $6,.495 million as a tear-down. The listing is here.
--Beverly D'Angelo has listed her Beverly Hills home. It is our estate of the day later today.
Movie producer Donald DeLine has cut the price of his Hollywood home by $400,000. It is now listed at $4.35 million. The listing is here.
From Berg Properties Big Time Listings:
-- Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly have sold their 18-room mansion in Brooklyn's Park Slope area for $8.45 million and have paid $6.92 million for a penthouse new co-op unit in Manhattan's TriBeCa area.
--Music producer Barbara Orbison, who is the widow of Roy Orbison, has placed her three-bedroom house in the Bird Streets area of Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills on the market for $2.795 million. The listing is here.
--Supermodel Shalom Harlow has sold her full-floor condominium unit in Manhattan's Nolita neighborhood for $1.9 million.
--via the Wall Street Journal, Anne Rice's former home in New Orleans is on the market. We'll be checking it on Tuesday as an estate of the day.
From Newsday's Real LI:
--Victoria Gotti has put her Old Westbury, NY home on the market again, we'll be checking it out as an estate of the day on Monday.
-The price has been lowered on La Selva, the 24.3-acre Upper Brookville estate owned by Sylvia Kumar, wife of imprisoned former Computer Associates chief Sanjay Kumar. It is now listed at $14.5 million. It was listed at $17 million when we covered it last year as an estate of the day.
From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--Tim Blixseth, the former owner of the Yellowstone Club, is looking to sell his Caribbean island, Emerald Cay. He has advertized it in the Robb Report for $75 million but may accept a Gulfstream G550 jet or a New York apartment instead.
--Senior managing director Prakash Melwani of Wall Street's Blackstone Group has paid $27.5 million for an apartment on New York's Fifth Avenue owned by Christine Wasserstein, the former wife of financier Bruce Wasserstein.
--Writer John Ridley has cut the listing price of his apartment in New York's financier-filled 15 Central Park West condominium to $9.95 million which is still 50% more than he bought it for in July. The listing is here.
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Frances Bean Cobain has been spotted checking out a $6.5 million penthouse condo at 115 Mercer St. Marc Jacobs has also looked at the three-bedroom unit.
--James Gandolfini was spotted looking at the Fairchild, a new condo project at 55 Vestry St. in TriBeCa. Prices there range from $1.965 million to $8.995 million.
--Italian producer Vittorio Cecchi Gori is looking for a buyer with a capable architect to purchase his gutted Trump International Hotel & Tower penthouse for $28.5 million.The listing is here.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--A two-bedroom co-op on 834 Fifth's 13th floor, below Rupert Murdoch's penthouse, is about to go on the market. It belongs to the estate of Araxia M. Buckhantz, whose cousin was playboy oil magnate Nubar Gulbenkian. The listing price will likely be around $30 million.
--In 1981 Murray H. Goodman paid $1.41 million for a duplex at 960 Fifth Avenue, now he is putting it on the market for $32.5 million.
--One well-heeled buyer could pick up four units to make a triplex at 2 East 67th Street, a co-op controlled by Arthur Carter. In order to have all four you'd have to pick up the fifth floor spread for $39.5 million, the third floor at $43 million, and the two halves of the fourth floor for $22 million and $12.5 million. That would make three floors for $117 million with a monthly maintenance of $42,423 but it is unlikely that the building board would let any one buyer have all three floors.
From Pacific Business News:
--Fred and Annie Chan have put the former Kaiser estate in Portlock, Hawaii up for sale for $80 million. The listing is here.