From Berg Properties Big Time Listings:
--Dylan McDermott has put his Brentwood home on the market, it's our estate of the day later today.
--via Cityfile, actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler has sold her two-bedroom loft condominium unit in Manhattan's TriBeCa area for $2.9 million.
--Actress Michelle Forbes has placed her three-bedroom house in the Hollywood Hills, shown above, on the market for $1.15 million. The listing is here.
--Singer and actor Mac Davis has paid $4.9 milion for a t,098-square-foot house in Brentwood.
From the Real Estalker:
--Molly Sims has put her Hollywood Hills home on the market for $2.99 million. It was our estate of the day on Friday.
--Landscape designer Jay Griffith has put his 2.5 acre expanse in Malibu on the market for $3.9 million. The property includes a three-bedroom midcentury house, studio, vintage barn and an ocean view gazebo. The listing is here.
--via the NY Post, Mariah Carey is renting a house in East Hampton for $125,000 for one week. The home, Stone Meadow Farm is for sale and will be our estate of the day on Tuesday.
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Philip Seymour Hoffman and his longtime girlfriend, costume designer Mimi O'Donnell have picked up a three-bedroom loft in the West Village for $4.25 million.
--Rachel Ray's Hamptons deal is finally done. According to public records, she paid $2.1 million for her 6-acre place in the Shinnecock Hills area of Southampton and her husband, John Cusimano, was not listed on the deed transfer.
--Another megadeal in the Hamptons? Braden Keils' sources say a Middle Eastern investor is considering buying both the 115-acre Two Trees Farm in Bridgehampton and the adjoining 60-acre Three Ponds Farm. The two properties have a list price of $163 million.
--Entertainment mogul Edgar Bronfman Jr. has gone to contract to sell his Amagansett estate, which had a last asking price of $14.7 million.
--Myrna Ronson,the former wife of the late British developer Howard Ronson, has paid $7.75 million for a three-bedroom, 5½-bath duplex co-op at 4 E. 72nd St.
--Model YaYa DaCosta has bought a one-bedroom pad at a condo conversion on Riverside Drive in Hamilton Heights. The America's Next Top Model contender's unit is around 650 square feet and had a list price of $330,000.
--Jets QB Chad Pennington's Long Island home is on the market for $3.95 million. It was our estate of the day on Saturday.
--Another former Jet's QB Vinny Testaverde's home in Oyster Bay Cove, NY is also up for grabs. That will be Monday's estate of the day.
--Retired Jet Curtis Martin took his Garden City penthouse off the market earlier this year, after having listed it for $3.099 million.
--Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas sold a property he owns in Long Beach earlier this year that he had listed for $680,000.
--Jets cornerback Dave Barrett has listed his Melville, NY townhouse for $899,000. The listing is here.
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Sharon Stone has been unable to sell her Beverly HIlls home, now she's renting it out for $35,000 a month (she was originally asking $58,000 a month).
--Film producer and Modernist-house collector Michael LaFetra just sold one of his Modernist treasures, a mid-century modern three-bedroom in Brentwood for $3,501,500.
--Producer Gary Goetzman has bought a Sherman Oaks home for $4.1 million.
From the Wall Street Journal's Private Properties:
-- Sean Penn and Robin Wright Penn have put their San Francisco-area home on the market for $15 million.
--Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber have planned to relist two condominiums they'd planned to turn into one at New York's One Madison Park high-rise. Instead, they now intend to purchase a larger apartment at the development's planned annex. The two apartments are to be listed at $3.525 million and $4.15 million and occupy the entire 27th floor of the glass-tower luxury development.
--Seth Gerszberg, a founder of the fashion brand Ecko, last week sold a vacant Miami Beach parcel for $12.1 million.
From the NY Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--1980s software magnate Peter Norton paid $6.8 million for a penthouse at The Greenwich on West 13th Street.
--Russian automobile and oil billionaire Boris Berezovsky has sold his 30th-floor apartment at Trump International on Central Park West for $7.55 million.
--Cliff Chenfeld, the lawyer and music entrepreneur behind the Kidz Bob concert tour paid $7.965 million for a 14-room, 5,200-square-foot loft at 219 West 81st Street last month but has decided he will likely put it back on the market soon.
--Morgan Hertzan, an ex-MTV executive who launched LX.TV, an online television luxury lifestyle brand and his wife, Beth, just spent $1.72 million on a condo at 240 West 98th Street.
From the NY Times:
--Linda Lavin, who was TV's "Alice" has picked up a one-bedroom apartment at 200 Central Park South. It was listed for $949,000.
--Big doings at New York's famous 740 Park Avenue building. Two apartments next door to each other are for sale, one for $38 million and one for $35 million and could be combined into one monster apartment of nearly 14,000 square feet, with nine bedrooms if the co-op board gives it the okay.