L.A. has gone ga-ga over Ya-Ya, and now the designer who created the sportswear line hopes to sell her Hollywood Hills home, just listed at $3,995,000.
Aflalo's clothing line, Ya-Ya, is sold in boutiques and department stores in 10 countries. Aflalo, born in Los Angeles in 1977, has been designing apparel commercially since she was 20.
Her brother, Samuel Aflalo of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills South office, is the listing agent.
Not quantum, but still a big leap
Deborah Pratt, who wrote, acted in and co-produced the TV series "Quantum Leap," has listed her Holmby Hills-area home at $3,895,000.
The main house has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. There is a separate one-bedroom, one-bathroom guesthouse for a total of 4,555 square feet.
The traditional main house has a curved stairway off the grand entry, hardwood floors, high ceilings, a step-down living room and formal dining room with a butler's pantry. The top floor is an unfinished attic that could be converted into living space. The home, built in 1936, has an elevator. There is a pool.
Pratt's former husband, Donald Bellisario, created several TV series, including "Quantum Leap," "Magnum, P.I.," "JAG" and NCIS."
Pratt was the executive producer on the TV series "The Net" in the 1990s. She's been nominated for four Emmys.
Deborah Bremner of Coldwell Banker, Brentwood West office, is the listing agent.