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Former Clippers and Golden State Warriors guard Shaun Livingston has sold a home near the beach in Playa del Rey for $1.85 million.
Actor Christopher Meloni of ‘Law & Order’ fame has put his Hollywood Hills home, which was used as a filming location for ‘The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,’ on the market. Also: Kelly Clarkson is selling in Encino, and Tommy Thayer of KISS fame has listed his Lake Sherwood house.
In the Hollywood Hills, a custom contemporary-style showplace features custom wallpaper, marble slabs and a 1,000-square-foot rooftop deck. Asking price: $11.5 million.
Film and television director Bob Yari has listed a Beverly Grove contemporary for $4.695 million, a $200,000 increase from the previous asking price.
In Rancho Palos Verdes, an under-construction home in the Estates at Trump National golf community has come up for sale at $9.5 million.
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Actor Christopher Meloni of ‘Law & Order’ fame has put his Hollywood Hills home, which was used as a filming location for ‘The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,’ on the market. Also: Tommy Thayer of KISS fame has listed his Lake Sherwood house.
In the Hollywood Hills, a custom contemporary-style showplace features custom wallpaper, marble slabs and a 1,000-square-foot rooftop deck. Asking price: $11.5 million.
The multilevel contemporary sits behind modern gates with a saltwater swimming pool, a cabana and a rooftop deck.
The three-bedroom condo in the 33-story Kilbourn Tower high-rise enjoys views of Lake Michigan.
Marissa Zajack created the look of TV and film productions, most recently for Ryan Murphy Productions. Interior design is similar and different.
The 62-acre spread centers on a wood-and-stone mansion of more than 10,000 square feet.
The more than 6,600-square-foot house sits on about half an acre in a guard-gated Calabasas community.
The Mediterranean villa is found in La Quinta’s exclusive Madison Club community.
The compound holds a 1940s Midcentury home, a studio, a detached media lounge and a pool house.
The villa-style home sits on about a third of an acre with sweeping views of the Lake Sherwood reservoir and the Santa Monica Mountains.
Built in 2019, the two-story farmhouse draws the eye with a sleek black, white and gray exterior.
The 11,900-acre ranch in Colorado features seven lakes, an eight-bedroom lodge, riding trails and a saloon.
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