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The sprawling, 15,000-square-foot megamansion is two stories high and tucked away in a Beverly Hills gated community, and now it's about $10 million cheaper than it was in 2017.
Petra Ecclestone Has Officially Sold Spelling Manor For $120 Million – Most Expensive Sale In LA History
The largest home in Los Angeles is now the most expensive home in LA history.
Michael Douglas Lists His Majorca, Spain Property For More Than $32M, And Narrates The Marketing Video Himself
Douglas bought the property, made up of two villas and five apartments, with a total of ten bedrooms and ten baths altogether, way back in 1989 with then-wife Diandra Luker.
From the outside, Bell's 9-bedroom, 10.5-bathroom home looks more or less typical of the kinds of lavish mansions you might find in any ritzy Florida neighborhood.
While a typical home in the area might be expected to go for somewhere between $1.5 million and $2 million, this one's been listed with a "starting price" of $3.4 million.
Levine found a buyer that he's well acquainted with socially and professionally: Ellen DeGeneres, who reportedly paid a cool $45 million for the property.
Located within walking distance of Paris's most famous landmark, the mansion counts other public institutions among its neighbors.
Located in Southampton, Jule Pond's recent $30 million price chop means that it is no longer the most expensive home listing in the Hamptons.
The estate, which dates back more than a hundred years to 1917, sprawls over a little more than an acre of land in "Palo Alto's most prestigious neighborhood."
If the Hendricks properties sold for $279 million, their official listing holders proclaim that it would be the most expensive residential real estate sale in the history of the area.
An unnamed buyer has bought a 20,000-square-foot house for $45 million, as well as a smaller one nearby for $7.2 million, to make one $52.2 million compound.
The 7,977-square-foot home, part of the Mulholland Park gated community about 20 miles outside of Los Angeles, has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
The retired Seattle SuperSonic has cut the asking price of his place by $1.2 million compared to its original asking price last year, and it now sits at $2.5 million.
The home has also belonged to a couple of other famous names in their own right: Reservoir Dogs actor Michael Madsen and late Who drummer Keith Moon.
Makowsky is suing Zillow because the site carried allegedly false info regarding nonexistent sales of the house, at prices tens of millions of dollars less than its asking price.