9 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, pool
If you’re looking to have a really authentic Thanksgiving experience this year, look no further than this $2.2 million dollar Classic Colonial mansion in Plymouth, MA – the pilgrim’s landing spot in 1620.
Built in 1906, the home at 40 Warren Avenue is looking for a buyer who wants to live in the existing home or build a new dream home on the prime oceanfront lot.
The existing Colonial home has a palatial foyer entry with stately cathedral stairway and high ceilings. The home has an eye-popping 14 rooms, which includes 9 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and 3 fireplaces spread out over 4,295 square feet.
Outside, with views of the very same ocean the pilgrims sailed upon to reach America, you’ll find an in-ground pool, pristine backyard and a 2-bedroom Chauffeur’s cottage.
If you lived here, you’d have a lot to be thankful for.
6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 8,450 square feet
If you want to capture the magic of last night’s victory and live amongst champions full-time, look no further than Boston’s most expensive home – The Benjamin Mansion at 74 Beacon Street, listed for $13,950,000
A breathtaking townhome, 74 Beacon is touted as ‘the most outstanding townhouse restoration in Boston!’ Overlooking the P
Additional amenities include two large decks and a garden, a media room, library, home gym, deeded parking and a Brimmer Street garage space.
World Series trophy not included.
Los Angeles, CA
Nurturing comedy careers at The Comedy Store, and giving birth to Pauly Shore
5,448-square-foot European Villa with six-bedrooms, five-bathrooms
As the famed owner of The Comedy Store on LA’s Sunset Strip, Mitzi Shore is known by many in the funny business as the maker and breaker of comedy careers. From the 1970s to the 1990s, Mitzi nurtured the budding starts of many well-known comedians and late night talk show hosts, including David Letterman, Jay Leno, Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, Chelsea Handler, Richard Pryor, and Robin Williams. Oh, and we should also mention that one of her sons is comedian Pauly Shore.
Now, it seems the octogenarian may be looking to cut back. Mitzi’s has already handed off the day-to-day management of her famous comedy club to her sons — which doesn’t seem like it’s all it’s cracked up to be, considering it’s no laughing matter when lawsuits are filed. But maybe she’ll catch a break when it comes to downsizing in real estate?
Our sources tell us that Mitiz has listed her long-time, 5,448-square-foot home in Los Angeles for $5.8 million. This is the first time that the legendary Old Hollywood estate has been on the market since Mitzi bought it 40 years ago.
Built in 1936, this ivy-covered European Villa includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and sits on one of the largest flat lots in the area — a rare and desirable asset for homes located in the Hollywood Hills. While loaded with character and charm on the outside, the home will need a lot of TLC on the inside. According to the listing description, this home needs “to be fully restored/rebuilt.”
It’s the perfect place for someone who loves a good remodeling project, AND wants to own a piece of comedy history.
Los Angeles, CA
Founding CNET and blowing a multi-million dollar fortune
7,479-square-foot Mid-Century mansion with four bedrooms and six bathrooms
To quote the immortal lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G., we’ve got another unfortunate case of “Mo Money, Mo Problems.”
The 1990s and 2000s were good years for Halsey Minor. He founded CNET in 1993, turning it into one of the Internet’s first profitable companies, then sold it to CBS for $1.7 billion in 2008. But by comparison, the last few years haven’t been quite as stellar. Minor was named #1 on the state of California’s list of top 250 delinquent taxpayers in 2012, with unpaid taxes estimated at $10,711,699.29. And in May of this year, he filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Allegedly, the former multi-millionaire owes more than $100 million and only has $50 million on hand to cover his debts.
Now, as a likely part of that filing, Minor’s 7,479-square-foot mansion in Los Angeles has hit the market for $14,950,000 as a bankruptcy sale — that’s about $5 million less than what he purchased it for in 2006.
Located in lower Bel Air, this gated home sits on a cliff with unobstructed, panoramic city and ocean views. The four-bedrooms, six-bathroom home was originally designed by famed Mid-Century architect Richard Dorman and built in 1964 — but move-in ready, it is not. According to the listing, the home has come into disrepair. So if you’re looking for a contemporary estate in a prime location in Los Angeles to fix up, look no further.
Side Note: Minor also owns an 18,000-square-foot, eight-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in San Francisco’s prestigious Presidio Heights neighborhood that’s also currently for sale for a cool $21 million. That home was modeled after Marie Antoinette’s Le Petit Trianon in Versailles — but like his Los Angeles home, it’s also in a pretty bad shape.
Images via the MLS.
Actress who was formerly married to Donald Trump
5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 5,770 square feet
Marla Maples, someone who should be familiar to anyone who was paying attention to the news in the 1990′s, has just sold her Southern California Calabasas home for $2.2 million. The actress slash model, perhaps best known as the “other woman” who swooped in on billionaire Donald Trump during his marriage to Ivana Trump and then later went on to marry The Donald back in 1993, is relocating New York after raising their daughter, Tiffany, in this sprawling 5,770 square foot west-coast home.
Maples originally bought the home in November of 1999 for $1.349 million meaning Maples will be leaving the prestigious Mountain View Estates home with a good $850,000 - a good profit made between the sale price and the original buying price.
Situated on a sizable lot that includes both a basketball court and a swimming pool, the 5-bedroom, 6 bath home includes two large bedrooms upstairs, with the master suite featuring a private stone fireplace and a balcony greeting you each morning with sweeping mountain views. Guests entering the home through it’s magnificent double doors will first notice the grand rotunda that features a sweeping wrought iron staircase. A chefs kitchen features all the modern appliances in an open, convenient layout.
The backyard is perfect for entertaining. A custom pool with built-in water slide and cascading spa offers sanctuary on hot Southern California day and features a swim up bar with bar stools for enjoying the right beverage. A barbecue area and patio offers a prime location for dining or lounging.
Bel Air, CA
Dashing boy band from the UK
5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 11,000 square feet
$3,857 a night / $27,000 for seven nights
One Direction is living large for a week in Los Angeles as the adorable boy band dropped $27,000 for seven nights to rent a lavish pad on the ever popular Mulholland Drive. According to our friends at the Daily Mail, the boys are in town to finish up their North American leg of the tour and to promote their new dolls.
The mansion is secluded and gated, which is good considering all the attention these boys get from their screaming fans, and has floor-to-ceiling glass walls that offers a panaramic view of the LA city lights and majestic mountain ranges. This party house is complete with a pool table and fully stocked wet bar just in case the group decides to invite their groupies over after one of their shows. And, with five bedrooms and eight baths no one will have to share a room in this 11,000 square foot home!
And that’s just the inside! Perfect for the summer nights, the mansion boasts more than more than 2,500 square feet of outdoor party space with a sleek swimming pool and two spas.
Listing provided by our very own Josh and Matt Altman.
You can own a piece of Hollywood history if you have $4.75M to spend on an incredible “Castle in the Sky.” Windsor Tower at 5 Tudor City Place has been the set for many silver screen hits, including The Godfather Part III, The Peacemaker, the Spider-Man series, Scarface and many, many others. One look at the listing photos and you’ll see what the Hollywood locations scouts also see – this is a one-of-a-kind gothic estate in the middle of Gotham.
The spectacular penthouse has an enormous and private terrace and the most stunning panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline. The dramatic living room has a soaring 18 foot ceiling, incredible floor-to-ceiling windows and a wood-burning fireplace. On the main level, you’ll find a chef’s kitchen and guest bedroom with en-suite bath and a guest powder room. The entire second level is a sprawling and luxurious master bedroom suite. The third level has a wet bar and the perfect entertaining space on one of the most magnificent terraces in Manhattan.
Built in 1929, this Windsor Tower residence has been renovated to the highest standards with no expense sparred, and no detail overlooked.
4 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, 6,319 square feet spread out over 3 floors
International real estate mogul Christian Candy is selling the penthouse at the famed Plaza hotel for $59 million. The Monaco-based Christian bought the penthouse for $25.9 million last year, and after some massive upgrades, he flipped the one-of-a-kind property back on the market with a $59 million price tag.
This isn’t a one-off deal for Christian. He and his brother Nick Candy are real estate developers known for creating high-design luxury residences, including the ultra-exclusive One Hyde Park in London.
The Plaza triplex penthouse features approximately 6,319 square feet of interior of living space and 229 square feet of exterior living space spread over the 19th, 20th and 21st floors. The 19th floor features an elevator that services all 3 floors, 3 bedroom suites and a laundry room. The 20th floor features a grand living room, 14-seat dining room and a gourmet kitchen that boasts 21 foot ceilings and a skylight. The 21st floor features the sumptuous master suite with private terrace.
According to the Wall Street Journal, if the penthouse sells at its asking price, it would set a record for the century-old building, which converted to condominiums in 2007. The highest purchase to date in the Plaza is $6,316 per square foot, or $48 million, paid for two adjacent condos by Igor Krutoy, a Russian composer and music producer, in 2011.
Palm Beach, FL
Self-proclaimed "King of All Media" who also serves as a judge on America's Got Talent
39,094 square foot of living space on 3.25 acres of beachfront property
Hold the presses! This may be one of the biggest celebrity real estate purchases this year. According to the Palm Beach Daily News, Howard Stern has snapped up an expensive piece of South Florida real estate this week in a private sale. Reportedly, the infamous shock jock isn’t just making headlines for stirring up controversy on the airways, he’s also shocking America by paying an alleged $52 million for the beachfront property in Palm Beach, FL. The estate was sold to Stern by American businessman Martin Trust and his wife, Diana.
Custom built in 1992 on 3.25 waterfront acres on the North End of Palm Beach, the property boasts an impressive 39,094 square feet of living space, including a five-bedroom, 11-bathroom, 18,673-square -oot main house. The estate also features a swimming pool and spa, and well-manicured landscaping.
Stern and his wife, Beth Ostrosky Stern, currently calls New York City home, where he produces and hosts The Howard Stern Show for Sirus Radio. Now, the couple will now be neighbors with fellow radio personality, Rush Limbaugh, and conservative political commentator, Ann Coulter.
San Francisco, California
Heir to Wilsey fortune, technology entrepreneur married to the daughter of Napa Valley winery owner
Six bedrooms, five bathrooms, two half bathrooms, 11,000 square feet
At 5:12 a.m. on Wednesday, April 18 1906, one of the most devastating natural disasters in the history of the United States took place as the San Andreas fault spasm-ed and generated a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that eventually destroyed 80% of San Francisco.
But the proud city rebuilt itself.
Now that home, on the 107th anniversary of the earthquake, has become the most expensive home ever purchased in the history of the City By the Bay, clocking in at a cool $35 million, on a block now known as billionaire’s row.
The four-story home features six bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half bathrooms, all within the massive, 11,000 square foot mansion. “Starchitect” Fredrick H. Meyer designed and built the magnificent home in 1922.
It seems fitting that this significant home would be purchased by Trevor and Alexis Traina, with Trevor having been born and raised as part of San Francisco society. Since then, his work as a technology entrepreneur undoubtedly will help with upkeep on the fabulous home.
Whether you are entertaining guests in the elegant dining room overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge, selecting a fine wine in the 3,000 bottle wine cellar, soaking in the sun on one of several balconies, or hopping into the pool for a quick dip, you can’t find a more luxe experience in San Francisco, especially on a day that honors the spirit of its residents.