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This is not the first time Norman Lear and his wife Lyn Davis Lear have tried to sell the home they bought back in 1995 for about $6.5 million.
Fobes Ranch first went up for sale last year at the higher price of $1.495 million, so Paul ended up saving almost half a million on the deal.
TV legend Regis Philbin and wife Joy Philbin are trying to find a buyer for the mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut they purchased about ten years ago.
Pesci reportedly purchased the house back in 1994, and it's the kind of home that his character in Home Along would have dreamed about robbing.
Oprah paid a little bit less than Bridges's original asking price, which was at a little under $8 million when the ranch was first listed for sale back in April of this year.
Back in 2008 the couple paid $67 million for the castle, but the actual value of the estate has become a contentious issue in their divorce proceedings.
With the new additions to the property, the word is that the West estate will be pretty much self-sustaining, and they'll only have to leave if they want to.
The home is the property of billionaire Cliff Asness, who bought the penthouse for $26 million, back in May of last year, but he's now looking to let it go.
Powder Springs may be a small town, but it's not too deep in the wilderness, reportedly about a 45-minute drive from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta.
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich has listed his longtime home in Tiburon, California for $12 million. It's a fairly incredible estate.
The Casa Encantada Estate In Bel-Air Is America's Most Expensive Real Estate Listing, At $225 Million
Casa Encantada currently belongs to financier Gary Winnick, and has in fact set the record for most expensive residential property in the country, on two separate previous occasions.
The 18,384-square-foot mansion sits on more than 19 acres and has 10 bedrooms and ten full bathrooms, as well as pretty much every outdoor athletic feature you can imagine.
Michael Jordan can't seem to sell his Highland Park mansion, even after four price cuts bringing it from its initial $29 million asking price in 2012 to the $14.9 million it's listed at today.
The Ennis House spans 6,000 square feet and has 3 beds and 3.5 baths, but it's not for any practical features that anyone would pay $18 million for it.