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Celebrity Real Estate Deals
Regis and Joy Philbin snag a contemporary condo in Beverly Hills:
Television personalities Regis and Joy Philbin have bought a condominium in Beverly Hills for $2.5 million. Found within a newdevelopment by Etco Homes, the front-facing unit features direct elevator access, Fleetwood windows and pocket doors and a contemporary kitchen with an island/bar and Miele appliances. A foyer and formal entry, living and dining rooms, three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms lie within roughly 2,700 square feet of interiors.
Alan Landsburg's Beverly Hills home lists for sale at $5.695 million:
The longtime Beverly Hills home of Emmy-winning producer Alan Landsburg has come on the market for $5.695 million. Built in the late 1950s and since updated, the two-story house has a contemporary vibe with a steel-clad front entry, gallery walls and a living room with an aquarium. Walls of floor-to-ceiling glass bring the outdoor living areas inside. The main floor includes an open-plan chef’s kitchen, a formal dining room and a wet bar. A gym and a media room with wet bar reside on the second story. The master suite has beamed ceilings, a step-down sitting room and his and hers closets and bathrooms. A balcony with a hot tub sits off the master bedroom. In all, there are four bedrooms and five bathrooms in 7,390 square feet of space.
Fred Couples tees up his Mediterranean villa in La Quinta at $3.95 million:
Former Masters Tournament champion Fred Couples has put his desert home in a gated La Quinta community on the market for $3.95 million. Set on nearly half an acre, the Mediterranean-style villa exudes an Old World ambiance. Details include a gated courtyard entry, decorative Spanish tile, stone fireplaces and wrought iron chandeliers. A vine-wrapped loggia sits off the kitchen and breakfast area. A great room topped with arched and vaulted ceilings, a formal dining room and a media room are also within close to 5,200 square feet of living space.
Delta Goodrem puts her Hollywood Hills home up for sale at $4.2 million:
Australian singer-songwriter and television personality Delta Goodrem has put her home in Hollywood Hills on the market for $4.199 million. She bought the house six years ago from “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” performer Brad Sherwood for $3.1 million, records show. The Mediterranean-style home, built on more than half an acre in the hills above the Cahuenga Pass, sits behind gates and has a large motor court.
San Diego Chargers lineman Orlando Franklin lists his Poway home for sale:
Getting a jump on his off-season, San Diego Chargers offensive lineman Orlando Franklin has put his home in Poway up for sale at $2.2 million. Franklin, who signed with the Chargers as a free agent last year, bought the house about nine months ago for $1.895 million, records show. Built in 2004, the Mediterranean-style home in the Old Winery Estates sits on more than an acre of resort-like grounds with a swimming pool, a gazebo, a horseshoe pit and an outdoor fireplace.
Guitarist Dave Navarro gets his price for renovated Larchmont bungalow:
Musician and television host Dave Navarro has sold a renovated home in the historic Larchmont area of Los Angeles for the asking price of $1.695 million. Navarro, who found a more contemporary setting for himself in January, bought the house two years ago for $1.55 million. Tucked behind wrought iron gates, the property includes a 1920s bungalow of roughly 2,100 square feet and a detached garage. A 620-square-foot guest apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom sits above the garage.
Beverly Hills home of Italian crooner Al Martino sells for $7.8 million cash:
The Beverly Hills home of late actor and singer Al Martino has sold for $7.8 million in an all-cash deal. The home, owned by the Martino family for decades, came to market earlier this month for $7.999 million and closed in about two weeks. The propertywas previously offered a year ago for $6.5 million, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Set on more than a third of an acre, the estate centers on a 1920s English Country-style home of 5,500 square feet designed by architect Elmer Grey and later updated by Ted Grenzbach.
Wendie Neely is licensed in both Kentucky and Ohio. Her background includes several years as a Real Estate Appraiser placing her in a unique position to help Buyers and Sellers understand property val....