Wheeling and Dealing with Sharon Stone

The ups and downs in the world of celebrity real estate can be quite the amusing form of entertainment, particularly for those with a web presence devoted solely to tracking the quirky little facts that the agents leave off of the brochures. For these types of insider details, we turn to one of our favorite voices on the web, the Real Estalker.

Yesterday she took us inside the Sharon Stone’s listing on N. Beverly Drive. After owning the 6,640-square-foot house for four years, her basic instincts to sell came a little to late, because in today’s world she is taking a $2 million loss on the asking price alone, not to mention what the final records will record after the wheeling and dealing is said and done. Find out more details of Stone’s on-again, off-again relationship with the property, as well as specs and décor elements that might convince you to sign on the dotted line.

Another Celeb Selling at Colossal Loss [The Real Estalker]

Check out these stories, for more news of hot happenings in real estate around the country:

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  • Bridgehampton Historical Society moves forward with renovations to Rogers House [27East]
  • Talks stall in fight over Nob Hill venue [SFGate]