From the Real Estalker:
--Leonardo DeCaprio is selling one of the three homes he owns in Malibu. He bought this home for $6.35 million last year and has listed it for $8.999 million. The property website is here.
--Christina Aguilera has cut the price on her West Hollywood home. It's our estate of the day later today.
--Actress CCH Pounder has put her Los Angeles home on the market. It was our estate of the day on Saturday.
--Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have put their Bel-Air home on the market for $8.5 million. The listing is here.
--Rumor has it that Matt Damon and his family have been checking out $20 million apartments in New York City.
--Former fashion photographer Dewey Nicks and his wife Stephanie have put their Beverly Hills home on the market for $5.625 million. The property website is here.
--Director Paul Haggis has picked up a three-bedroom home in Santa Monica for $2.365 million.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--A home that belonged to fashion designer Bob Mackie is from 1997 to 2005 is now back on the market at $2.5 million. The listing is here.
--Kinka Usher who makes commercials through his House of Usher production company
(and also directed the movie "Mystery Men") is moving to the Pacific Palisades, where he just bought a newly constructed home for $3,.525 million.
--Monica Keena who Kristen, Eric's girlfriend on HBO's "Entourage" has bought a house in the Hollywood Hills for $1.05 million.
--Actress Cynthia Watros-Gilliland who played Libby, a psychologist, on "Lost," has sold her 1923 Hancock Park home for $5.2 million.
--Director Jonathan Turteltaub has sold his West Hollywood home for $3.2 million.
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--The Plaza's Astor Suite has gone back on the market with a new broker and a $17 million price cut. The 5,000-square-foot, fifth-floor unit, owned by European Esprit founder Juergen Friedrich is now for sale for $38 million. He bought last year for $27 million and briefly listed it for $55 million earlier this fall.
--Justin Timberlake picked up his loft condo at the Pearline Soap Factory in TriBeCa for $4.774 million.
--A gorgeous three-bedroom co-op on the seventh floor of the Dakota is listed at $14.5 million
. The owners are securities trader Roy Welland - also the proprietor of restaurant Cru - and his wife, Christal Henner-Welland, the sister of actress Marilu Henner.
--Writer and director James Toback has listed his 15th-floor two-bedroom apartment in the Majestic for $3.75 million. The listing is here.
---Italian wine maker Marcello Zaccagnini, the e owner of Zaccagnini Winery, has purchased a condo at the Platinum building on West 46th Street and has has created an exclusive Platinum label for one of his best reserves, montepulciano d'Abruzzo. He's distributing 500 bottles to residents of Platinum as housewarming gifts. He bought a two-bedroom residence for more than $2.8 million on one of the new high-rise development's top floors.
From Berg Properties BIg Time Listings:
--Johnny Knoxville has sold his three-bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills for $1.816 million.
Zachary Quinto, who stars on TV's "Heroes" and in the upcoming Star Trek movie has paid $865,000 for a 1,505-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Los Feliz area.
--A BBC executive has sold a home in the Hollywood Hills which comedian Carol Leifer once owned for $2.05 million and the buyer may be a celebrity.
Public records show that comedian Norm Macdonald paid $1.75 million for his two-bedroom condominium unit in Santa Monica. --Basketball star Elton Brand has sold his Hollywood Hills home for $4.55 million and has paid $3.35 million to purchase a home Gladwyne, Pennsylvania.
-- Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman sold a two-bedroom condominium unit in Los Angeles' Encino area for $725,000.
--Public records show that country stars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood paid the $4.95 million asking price for their home in Malibu purchased earlier this year.
--A look at the real estate dealings of "House M.D." actress Olivia Wilde and her filmmaker husband who own a loft in Venice, California.
--Real estate developer Robert Bisno has listed his home in the Beverly Park area of Beverly Hills for $29.5 million. The listing is here.
--Actor George Hamilton has paid $525,000 to purchase a condominium unit in West Palm Beach, Fla.
--Public records reveal that Teri Garr's home in Los Angeles' Brentwood area sold for $3,944,500.
From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--Former quarterback Michael Vick has cut the price of his luxury Atlanta home to $4.1 million, from $4.5 million. We'll check this out as our estate of the day on Monday.
--Nicolas Cage listed an apartment in midtown Manhattan for $9.75 million for about one week and then pulled it off the market.
--A Florida cattle and quail-hunting ranch, half-owned by a onetime top pick in the National Football League draft, has gone on the market for $50 million. We'll be looking at this one out on Tuesday.
From Newsday's Real LI:
----The Skidmore house, which is dated circa 1761 and is the oldest house in Northport, NY is listed for $449,000.
--A Cove Neck estate owned by Grammy-winning record producer Ric Wake was reclaimed by the bank at auction earlier this week in Nassau County Supreme Court. The "upset price" for the home had been set at $4.4 million. Wake had the home on the market for the past year, listed at $6.5 million.
--A townhome once owned by ESPN analyst and former New York Jet wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson is on the market for $1.199 million.
From Cityfile's Buyers and Sellers:
--David Smilow, the co-founder of TeleBank, which was sold in 2000 to E*Trade for more than $1 billion, has put his duplex penthouse at 140 Perry Street on the market for $19.5 million. The listing is here.
, Lenny Kravitz is still trying to sell his penthouse at 30 Crosby in Soho. It was most recently listed for $18.75 million but is now on the market for just $14.995 million. The listing is here.
Sundance Film Festival co-director Geoffrey Gilmore and film producer Julie le Brocquy have paid $2.475 million for a three-bedroom condo at 25 Central Park West.
--via Page Six,
two months after buying a townhouse in Brooklyn, real estate maven Barbara Corcoran has reportedly purchased two more multiple-residence brownstones in the borough.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--A penthouse at the Time Warner Center is now listed for $65 million. It was our estate of the day on Friday.
----11 Spring Street, which was listed at $39.8 million total for three units is now listed at $36.5 million. The Candle Building is a former carriage house and stable that can be left as three units or combined into one massive home. The listing is here.
--Karen Fleiss, a hedge fund manager and her husband, David, an Upper East Side orthopedic surgeon put their eight-bedroom duplex at 1030 Fifth Avenue on the market for $47.5 million in June since then it's gone down to $39.9 million in August and then to $34.5 million in October
. Now Corcoran's Sharon Baum and Brown Harris Stevens' Fritzi Kallop listed the bottom floor alone for $15 million.
----Last year, Fortress Investment Group cofounder and COO Randal Nardone signed a $22 million contract for a glass-walled duplex at the new Tribeca condo 101 Warren Street. He finally closed earlier this month but in that year his stock has plummeted and he is no longer on the Forbes billionaires list.