As home-shopping season heats up, some celebrities are lopping millions off their homes’ asking prices, looking for right wealthy buyer for the luxurious homes they don’t want anymore.
Celebrity Real Estate
The actress paid less than $1 million for a dated mid-century modern home in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The suspended New York Yankees slugger bought the 3-bedroom luxury condo last June.
The comedian and actor has lowered the price of his 640-acre Napa Valley estate.
The actress and her husband reportedly have a house in Montana, so it’s not surprising that she is selling the Hollywood Hills home she bought in 2005.
The boldly luxurious, redecorated Thousand Oaks estate is listed for $10.5 million.
The actor, who plays Will Stokes in the new CBS comedy series “Friends With Better Lives,” has sold his investment property for $1.155 million.
The 4,810-square-foot home has a sunny courtyard with a pool and fountains.
Lee Child paid $9.15 million for the Manhattan home, according to New York property records.
The traditional-style home served as the site of the singer’s Food Network cooking show, “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen.”
The buyers of Los Angeles mega-mansion Fleur de Lys are offering the home to a long-term tenant for $400,000 a month.
Modern Family star Sofia Vergara bought an Italian-style mansion in the heart of Beverly Hills for $10.6 million.
The moutaintop desert retreat owned by Walt Disney and frequented by his famous friends is for sale for $545,000.
Elvis Presley rented this mid-century modern in Palm Springs for a year in the mid-1960s and spent his honeymoon there. Now it is for sale for $9.5 million.
The Lionsgate Estate once owned by country singer Kenny Rogers is for sale in Bel-Air for $65 million after a remodel expanded it to 24,000 square feet.