Legendary television producer and writer Donald P. Bellisario has sold an estate in Montecito for the asking price of $5.895 million.
Built in 1989, the vine-wrapped French Regency-style home fronts the private Birnam Wood course on more than an acre with fairway, greenbelt and mountain views.Read more
This sharp looking penthouse atop the Luma Lofts building in downtown L.A. takes in views extending from the surrounding cityscape to the coastline. Open-plan interiors feature a two-way fireplace that divides the living and dining areas. Glass doors open to a wide terrace balcony that overlooks Staples Center.
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Lakers co-owner and executive Jim Buss has put his penthouse in downtown Los Angeles in play at $8.8 million.
Found within the Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live, the southeast-corner unit features wide-plank wood floors, Swarovski chandeliers and a remodeled kitchen with custom Italian cabinetry and a center island.Read more
Actor-comedian Keegan-Michael Key has put his home bordering Los Feliz and Griffith Park up for sale at $1.638 million.
The multilevel home, built in 1961 and boasting classic details, sits raised from the street and is entered through a gated courtyard.Read more
Actor and television host Mark Dacascos, best known as the Chairman on the cooking competition series “Iron Chef America,” has sold his longtime home in Westlake Village for $1.45 million.
The Traditional-style home in the North Ranch area has living, family and dining rooms, a wet bar and a gym in more than 4,500 square feet of living space.Read more
This Country English-style residence above Colorado Boulevard was once home to Elizabeth Haynes, a couturier to “I Love Lucy” star Lucille Ball, and her husband, trumpeter Lou Haynes. The 1930s house, maintained by the current owners for close to three decades, retains its original vibe with detailed molding, light wood floors and leaded glass windows.Read more