From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
--Evermay, a 12,000-square-foot Georgian-style mansion, on 3.58 acres in the Georgetown area of Washington D.C. has gone on the market for $49 million. The home was built in 1801 and has eight bedrooms. The property includes a gatekeeper's house, three-room staff house, terraced gardens with six fountains and parking for 100 cars. The current record sale in the area is $25 million.
--At least two of the prefabricated houses on display at New York's Museum of Modern Art are available for purchase. MoMA commissioned five full-size homes for Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling The Philadelphia architecture firm KieranTimberlake is seeking a minimum of $1.75 million for the Cellophane House, a four-story, two-bedroom aluminum and polycarbonate home with two walls of solar panels for the 1,800-square-foot structure. Architects Jeremy Edmiston and Douglas Gauthier have listed their 1,000-square-foot Burst house for $475,000. The listing is here.
--Former Viacom Chief Executive Tom Freston has taken his townhouse on Manhattan's Upper East Side off the market. Freston was asking $35 million for the home which once belonged to Andy Warhol.
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are house hunting together in NYC and recently toured a condo duplex loft at the Lion's Head building in Chelsea.
--The $70 million Pierre Hotel penthouse triplex listing has officially been on the market for four years.
--A new apartment record may have been set for the Financial District. Platinum Properties has just signed a $7.82 million contract for the penthouse at the Setai at 40 Broad St.,
--Hockey star Eric Lindros has put his condo in One Morton Square on the market for $6.3 million. The listing is here.
--Law and Order star S. Epatha Merkerson has been spotted checking out units in the Kalahari building on 116th Street.
From the LA Times Hot Properties:
--Actress Julianna Margulies has listed her home in Santa Monica, it's our estate of the day later today.
--British model Jasmine Lennard has leased a 1930s Hollywood traditional just above the Sunset Strip for $16,000 a month. Lennard appeared on the British reality show "Make Me a Supermodel."
--Renée Taylor and Joe Bologna have listed their Beverly Hills home which is in teardown condition for $5 million. The listing is here. Check out a gallery of other celebrity teardowns here.
--Movie producer Richard Suckle has put his Hancock Park home on the market for $3.295 million. The virtual tour is here.
--Model and actress Simona Fusco has listed her Bel Air area home for $3.995 million. The listing is here.
From the Real Estalker:
--Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver front man Scott Weiland and his wife Mary Forsberg have put their Sherman Oaks, California home on the market for $2.25 million. The listing is here.
--Baseball player Derek Lowe has listed his Manhattan Beach home for $5.7 million. We will discuss this one as Monday's estate of the day.
--Football player Tony Gonzalez has also listed his home in Manhattan Beach for $3.999 million, this will also be part of Monday's estate of the day.
--Reality TV star Audrina Patridge has picked up a new home in the Hollywood Hills which was listed at $1.29 million.
--via People, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will decamp from the south of France to Berlin with their brood and move into Palais Parkschloss on Wannsee Lake while Pitt films a movie.
--Billy Baldwin and Chynna Phillips have listed their Bedford Corners, New York home. It was our estate of the day on Friday.
From Newsday's Real LI:
Property that once belonged to inventor Elmer Sperry, who founded the Sperry Corporation is on the market in the village of Bellport, New York. The nearly five-acre property has a thre-bedroom cottage and 300 feet of beach. The property was sold by the Sperry family in 2007 for $5.5 million and is now back on the market for $5.7 million. The listing is here.
--The Westhampton Beach home of Asian art dealer Michael Weisbrod, which originally went on the market last year for $9 million, is now being handled as a bankruptcy sale.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Video artist Douglas Gordon (he does photography and sculpture, too) sold his 2,000-square-foot loft at 225 Lafayette Street to Italian photographer Elisa Sighicelli, who paid $3 million, according to city records.
--Lawyer Eleanor P. Vale has listed her apartment in the Hampshire House for $10.9 million to raise money to help her children in this bad economy. She bought in 2005 for $1.515 million. The listing is here.
--Cosmetics queen Laura Mercier sold her 5,500-square-foot, eight-room loft at 205 West 19th Street for $8.5 million back in April but the sale just cleared public records recently.Her buyers are Ana and Henry Pincus, the son of ailing venture capital titan Lionel Pincus.
From the AP:
--Jessica Lange and Sam Shepard's estate in Stillwater, Minnesota has sold for $1.825 million. It was our estate of the day last month and was listed for $1.95 million.