From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--Las Vegas restaurant and nightlife entrepreneur Andrew Sasson has cut the asking price on his Oahu mansion to $14.8 million from $21 million.
--Veteran movie executive Peter Guber is asking $16.25 million for a house on two acres in Los Angeles' Bel-Air neighborhood. He bought the house in 1996 for $3.6 million. The listing is with Westside Estate Agency.
--Turtle Island, a small private island off the east coast of Queensland, Australia, is on the market for $5.6 million.
From the NY Post:
--Hamptons builder Joe Farrell is expected to close on a deal to sell 30 Halsey Lane in Water Mill for $6.5 million next week. He is also trying to sell 963 Cobb Road West in Water Mill for $5.99 million and his own 31,000-square-foot Bridgehampton house on a sprawling 11.5 acres, Sandcastle remains on the market for $49.5 million.
--A two-bedroom apartment that was recently home to photographer Indrani, is on the market for $2.075 million.
--The buyer of the $23.69 million penthouse condo at One York in TriBeCa bought the apartment as a rather expensive pied-a-terre.
--The home of the Transcendental Meditation Program was listed at $45 million last fall but is now listed at $25.5 million.
From the LA Times:
--The Beverly Hills home of the late Adam " DJ AM" Goldstein has sold for $2.755 million.
From the Real Estalker:
--David Hyde Pierce and partner Brian Hargrove have picked up a three-bedroom home in Amagansett, New York for $6.3 million.
--Chuck Panozzo, bass player and founding member of Styx, has listed his home in Wilton Manors, Florida for $799,000.
--Country music star Alan Jackson may have sold Sweetbriar, his estate in rural Franklin, Tennessee for a record $28 million. it was listed at $38 million.
Gallery: Alan Jackson in Franklin, Tennessee
--Rumor has it that Scarlett Johannson and Ryan Reynolds have picked up a farm in Louisiana.
From Move Trends:
--Kansas City Royals catcher Jason Kendall has listed one of his two Pacific Palisades, CA estates for $7,999,999. The property the baseball player is trying to sell was purchased in 2007 and is next door to the house he bought in 2005.
--Author James McBride has listed his Los Angeles home for $1.295 million.
--A home in Batavia, Illinois built by architect Frank Lloyd Wright is on the market for $1.5 million.