Their just-sold home had 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and 3,554 square feet spread out over a dazzling compound. The main house was elegantly updated with the finest touches, including soaring ceilings, a formal living room with custom library loft and a large, professional chef’s kitchen. The outdoor area is an expansive and gorgeous oasis that includes a sparkling pool and spa, outdoor stainless kitchen, sprawling grassy yard with professional garden and an array of assorted fruit trees. Property includes a beautifully renovated 900+ square foot, 2-story guesthouse, with separate gated entrance.
No telling where they’re headed next, but we do know that it will be hard to top their stunning former mansion!
Most Known For
Creator of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm
7 bedroom, 10 bathrooms, guesthouse, pool
We’re trying to Curb Our Enthusiasm over the news that Seinfeld co-creator Larry David just listed his incredible tudor-style, fairytale-esque home in the Pacific Palisades for $14,999,000.
Gated and private, David’s newly listed estate is a very rare and special property. This estate features 7 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and more than 10,000 square feet. The living room, family room, dining room and kitchen all feature fireplaces. The master suite has an adjacent large deck to sit and enjoy the ocean views. An office, gym and playroom round out the additional rooms in this incredible estate. A large separate guesthouse with fireplace has views of the sparkling pool and views beyond!
David has been divorced from his environmental activist ex-wife Laurie since 2007.
Santiago Arana of The Partner’s Trust holds the listing. Images via the MLS.
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Aging Knight Rider/Baywatch hunk and singer
5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 8,947 square feet, pool, 2 guesthouses
Looks like someone wanted to hassle with the Hoff’s longtime mansion! David Hasselhoff, the Knight Rider star, Baywatch lifeguard and A-list celebrity (in Germany only) seems to have found a prospective buyer for his longtime home in Encino, California.
Listed in November 2012, the $3,795,000 home has just gone into escrow, as confirmed by property data and his listing agent, Gina Martino. The Hoff bought the place way back in 1991 for $2.975 million. Impressive in pictures and in real life, the Hasselhoff’s nearly-sold estate has a set of gates that open on a long, tree-canopied drive leading to a circular motor court. The classic colonial sits on nearly 1.5 acres!
The marble foyer and sweeping wrought iron staircase open to a grand, 2-story living room and rich, wood paneled library. A wonderful chef’s kitchen and sun room feature top-of-the-line appliance brands, including Sub-Zero, Traulsen, Viking and Bosch.
Outside, an expansive lawns reveal the home’s pool, with a waterfall that has an adjoining grotto spa. Just beyond, you’ll find a North/South tennis court with viewing pavilion. Additionally, there are two, full one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest houses.
Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski
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On screen couple in Crocodile Dundee turned real-life husband and wife
5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 6,382 square feet
Since their heyday as Hollywood’s ‘it’ couple following the ’80s hit movie, “Crocodile Dundee,” Paul Hogan and his longtime wife and former co-star, Linda Kozlowski, have been busy climbing the property ladder. Last July, we reported that the real estate power couple bought a five-bedroom, six-bath pad for $3,800,000, after listing another palatial Malibu home in February 2012 for $6,475,000.
After only six months, the Hogans are ready to sell their most recent purchase — the 6,382 square foot estate nestled in a prime location in Malibu — which was impeccably revamped in 2012, blending modern European sensibility with the home’s existing Victorian elegance. Featuring spectacular ocean views, the property is designed to let in plenty of natural light. The gourmet chef’s kitchen boasts top-of-the-line appliances, while the master suite includes a sitting area, two large walk-in closets, and a private lanai. A library, office spaces, three additional en-suite bedrooms, plus a bonus bedroom round out the rest of the main home. A short walk outside leads you to the one-bedroom guest house and the additional three-car garage.
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TV star who with a long run on hit show, ER
4 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, views, pool, guesthouse
TV star Eriq La Salle is selling his stunning Beverly Hills hilltop estate for $7,950,000, according to property records and some sleuthing by The Real Estalker.
La Salle’s main claim to Hollywood fame comes via his long-running role as Dr. Peter Benton on the hospital drama ER. He played that role from 1994 to 2002—an eternity in television years. Since ER ended, we’ve seen less of La Salle, but he has popped up here and there in supporting roles on 24, How to Make It in America, A Gifted Man, and Blackout.
His long TV career has banked him some serious bucks, but interestingly enough, property records show La Salle purchased this here property on October 21, 1988 for $1,700,000–long before those big ER checks started rolling in. Listing information shows that the estate was extensively remodeled in 2006, right around the time La Salle was a true, bona fide TV star. Now that his career is slightly less spry than it was a decade ago, he’s likely looking to make a nice profit on this home and downsize.
The for-sale “Tuscan Villa” has panoramic skyline views that stretch from the ocean to Downtown L.A. The exquisite four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom property features incredible 180-degree views, a pool, spa, and full guest house. Oversized entry doors open to voluminous open living spaces, highlighted by dramatic wood beamed ceilings, a copper fireplace, formal dining room, gourmet chef’s eat-in kitchen, temperature controlled wine cellar, weight room, impressive wood paneled office, and floor-to-ceiling retractable walls of glass that create a seamless indoor/outdoor entertainer’s paradise. A Moroccan-inspired master suite takes up the entire top floor and includes a spa-like bathroom and adjacent lounging area. A 400-square-foot, private rooftop deck–with outdoor shower and hot tub–completes this remarkable property.
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Her Madgesty, a timeless pop icon
9 bedrooms, 17,000 square feet, resort-size pool, 2 guest houses
Her Madgesty is selling her castle in Beverly Hills! Madonna, the Queen of Pop, has officially and publicly listed her Beverly Hills estate for $22.5 million, as first reported by The Real Estalker. This posh pad had long been rumored to be a “pocket listing”–not officially on the MLS, but still for sale–for $28 million, but since the price wasn’t in ‘Vogue’ with buyers, Madonna was forced to try the public market at a lower price.
While we only have a single image to gawk at so far–this one showing the home’s ‘Borderline’–we do know Madonna’s property starts with a 500-foot, gated, tree-lined drive that leads to an acre and a quarter of lushly landscaped grounds, offering total privacy for residents to express themselves. The recently remodeled house has all the finest details and amenities: nine bedrooms, two living/reception rooms, a two-story dining room, junior dining room, large kitchen with breakfast room/den, and a full size screening room and theater. As if that weren’t enough space to ‘Cherish,’ the property also has two offices, assistants offices, a gym, staff rooms, two guest houses, a north/south tennis court, and a resort-size pool. No detail was overlooked and no expense spared in maintaining the house meticulously. It’s clear, by taking one look at her home, that Madonna is a ‘Material Girl.’
According to property records, Madge bought the house in June 2003 from actress Sela Ward for $12,000,000.
Madonna is no property ‘Virgin,’ as she also has her longtime New York City property on the market for $23 million.
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Beverly Hills, CA
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His role as "Frasier," and for his his high-profile divorce from ex-wife Camille
6 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, 6,093 square feet
With three properties already on the market, Kelsey Grammer is throwing a fourth into the mix by officially listing the home he recently purchased for new wife Kayte. In April 2012, Kelsey and his fourth wife purchased this six-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion for $6,500,000. It recently went up for rent for $30k a month, and now, it’s officially for sale for $7,250,000!
Here’s the backstory: Kelsey originally bought the estate for new wife Kayte and their baby Faith as a home base when they relocated from New York City permanently in 2012. Shortly after the move to the West Coast, Kelsey’s show “Boss” got canceled, leaving him to re-evaluate his finances. Rather than stay in the new home, Kelsey decided to move the family into the OTHER house he owns in Beverly Hills that’s currently on the market for $16 million. Ex-wife Camille is pissed about the move, because she’s legally a co-owner and has been paying her half of the carrying costs on the home, which clock in around $40,000 a month. With Kelsey’s new family living in the house, it’s going to be even harder to offload, costing Camille even more money–she even went as far as requesting an injunction from a judge to bar the move! The motion was denied, and Kelsey’s now back in the higher-priced home, new family in tow.
It seems like the war between these two former spouses will never end.
Kelsey himself admitted that he has to move back into the higher-priced home he previously shared with Camille because, without income from his TV show, he’s strapped for cash and can’t afford to carry two Beverly Hills mortgages. Hopefully this latest home to hit the market will sell for a profit, and he’ll be back in the money again.
Grammer has other homes for sale in Malibu, Beaver Creek, and Beverly Hills–all three of which he owned with his ex-wife Camille–that must be sold as a part of the pair’s divorce settlement agreement. The faster they’re scooped up, the sooner these two new lovebirds can officially move on with their lives.
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15 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms
In case you missed some of the hubbub, but today is 12/12/12, and supposedly the last repeating date of our lifetimes – depending on how long you live, of course. On a slow celebrity news day we decided it was a good time to show off one of the most fabulous 12+ bedroom 12+ bathroom homes you will ever see, whatever your lifespan is.
Known as Chateau D’OR, this home is located in exclusive Bel Air above Los Angeles. Once you get past the two gated entries and the landscaped grounds you come upon the 22,900 square foot home, located on 1.7 acres of prime real estate. With a grand total of 15 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms there’s plenty of room for a big family, fabulous parties, or both.
Ornate, hand crafted details fill the home as you make your way through the huge dining room that seems fit for Louis the XV. Guests then enter a sitting room that featuring a two-story mantle in front of a massive fireplace. The posh interior continues on to the luxurious royal master bedroom suite and the remaining bedrooms.
The property includes several additional buildings including a 6-bedroom guesthouse, and a separate structure with professional fitness center, pavilion and of course a koi pond. It doesn’t get more luxe than this.
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6 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 20,533 square feet
Ever dreamed of living like a high-paid country crooner? Well, now you have a chance to own the real-life pad of the fictional “Rayna James,” the Faith Hill-esque character played by Connie Britton on the smash ABC hit “Nashville.” Located in — you guessed it— Nashville, TN, the home just hit the market for $19.5 million.
For months, the show filmed in the Belle Meade home on Page Road owned by Sylvia Roberts and her family. According to The Tennesean, The “Nashville” team shot Roberts’ space exactly as-is — including the bedroom, kitchen, and foyer. Later, the show decided to move most of its Jaymes home scenes to a local soundstage, where set decorators cloned several of its rooms and styled them exactly as they appear in the original home.
While one can’t exactly live on a soundstage, you can live large in this incredible 6-bedroom, 12-bathroom, 20,533 square foot home, accented with unique marbles, stones, and woods from around the world. It’s got an exceptional pool and guesthouse, to boot. This show stopping estate was designed by Mark Harrison of Adkisson/Harrison.
Steve Fridrich of Fridrich & Clark holds the listing.
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