The comedian and actor has lowered the price of his 640-acre Napa Valley estate.
Celebrity Real 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.
Jimmy Fallon, the new host of The Tonight Show, has bought a second unit in his Gramercy Park historic condo-co-op building, so he can expand his living space onto the top floor. His new condo has four bedrooms, one bathroom, and needs a remodel.
Inventor and salesman Ron Popeil, who has made billions selling kitchen gadgets on TV infomercials, is selling his 150-acre ranch just outside Santa Barbara.
Fashion designer Christian Audigier, who sold his Ed Hardy clothing line in 2011, is now selling a Hancock Park mansion for $9.199 million.