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NBC Entertainment Co-Chairman George Cheeks is asking $1.595 million for his Hollywood penthouse after paying $2.075 million for the condo two years ago.
Artist-designer Kim Gordon, known for her breezy bohemian projects in Venice, has listed a freshly renovated home in the Hollywood Hills for sale at $3.25 million.
British actor Clive Standen has bought the Studio City home of “Pretty Little Liars” actress Lucy Hale for $2.45 million.
Two homes tied to Reggie Bush — one in Pacific Palisades and one in Hollywood Hills — are currently on the market. Which is better?
The two-bedroom condo features bold, dramatic living spaces that open to a covered terrace overlooking Hollywood.
Set on Biscayne Bay, the one-acre estate holds a 14,000-square-foot mansion, a dining gazebo, a swimming pool and a Miami Heat-themed basketball court.
The reimagined Midcentury Modern-style home sits on a quarter-acre lot in the Hollywood Hills.
The onetime Brentwood home of early film actor Tyrone Power sits behind gates on more than an acre of grounds.
Spanning three stories, the three-bedroom home boasts warm wood floors, a two-story living room and a lofted lounge with glass floors.
The three-story home features four bedrooms, five bathrooms and two rooftop decks — including one with a hot tub.
Built in 2015, the three-story mansion holds six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a movie theater, gym, wine cellar and massage room.
The orange-colored home holds three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, plantation shutters, motorized drapes and a 350-gallon custom fish tank.
The 11-acre ranch holds a 7,000-square-foot home, a barn, shed, horse stalls and fenced pastures.
Built in 2011, the two-story home spans over 6,000 square feet and sits just off Cedar Lake in southwest Minneapolis.
The Mediterranean-style home sits on more than half an acre of grounds in a guard-gated Calabasas community.
Alicia Keys has shelled out $20.8 million for La Jolla’s cutting-edge Razor House. Also: Jonah Hill, Alex Rodriguez and ‘Avengers’ director Anthony Russo.
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