From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--A 813-acre ranch outside of Aspen, Colorado has received a monster price cut, from $88 million down to $59 million. The ranch includes a 5,750-square-foot home built last year, restored ranch manager's home and a 10-stall barn. The listing is here.
--George Stephanopoulos's home in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood has sold for $5.45 million, about 14% less than the $6.35 million asking price.
--Retired NFL quarterback and ordained pastor Randall Cunningham has gone to contract on his Las Vegas home in the gated community of Spanish Hills for less than its listing price of $4.89 million.
From the LA Times Hot Properties:
--That was fast, "ER" actress Sherry Stringfield received multiple offers and sold her Beverly Hills home after a month on the market for close to its $2.895 million asking price.
Gallery: Sherry Stringfield in Beverly Hills
--Actor Kevin Nealon has sold a cottage in Manhattan Beach for $2.275 million.
--Producer-director Randall Zisk and actress Brooke Langton have listed their five-bedroom home in the Longridge Estates area of Sherman Oaks for $2,749,000. The listing is here.
From the NY Post:
--Democratic Leadership Council chairman Harold Ford and his wife, Emily, are close to selling their downtown apartment at 105 Fifth Ave. and are waiting for co-op board approval.The one-bedroom, two-bathroom loft was listed for $1.4 million.
Gallery: Harold Ford In New York City
--Paul Cejas, the ex-ambassador to Belgium, has found a mystery buyer who is in contract to acquire his fifth-floor co-op at the exclusive 834 Fifth Ave. The unit had an asking price of $16.5 million.
--Oliver Stone, who came back to New York for the filming of "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps," bought a 1,600-square-foot, $1.9 million condo at One Morton Square in the West Village. Interior designer Geoffrey Bradfield is at work on the apartment.