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Pinkberry cofounders Young Lee and Shelly Hwang are selling a four bedroom, four bathroom house that comes with membership to a new private, gated section of Rambla Pacifico for $3.495 million.
The Fox Residence in Chatsworth has been listed for $12 million. The 1951 home has a star-studded history with former residents including Dora Hutchinson, Frank Sinatra and even Marilyn Monroe.
The world renowned chef, Emeril Lagasse recently put his townhouse at 158 East 61st Street on the market for $15 million after paying a whopping $11.5 million for it. Just a year ago, Lagasse sold his Midtown condo after six Price reductions and three years of being a resident. Finally, Lagasse moved to a townhouse, after saying goodbye to his luxurious condo.
Jerry Rice’s Atherton, California mansion—on the market for $11 million—was all set to sell, contract and all. It looks like cold feet on the buyers’ end is going to cost them.
Dallas Mavericks’ point guard Jason Kidd is in contract to purchase a 6-bedroom home in Water Mill for $5.97 million.
Hollywood superstars and best friends Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have listed the Los Angeles home where they scripted the complete story of award-winning film Good Will Hunting for $779,000.
Former Friends star David Schwimmer has listed his grand, 11,000-square-foot Mediterranean styled Los Angeles home for $10.7 million.
Its official, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have decided to put their Malibu mansion up for sell. The beautiful mansion is equipped with private beach access, along with a tennis court, two houses, lush gardens and a pool, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Recently, Legally Blonde star, Reese Witherspoon and her husband had their eye on the Malibu mansion, but decided not to buy.
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner and his architect wife, Linda Brettler, have listed their 1930s Spanish Colonial home in Fairfax for $1.8 million.