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Bella Vista, a romantic compound previously owned by King Vidor, John Barrymore and Tony Scott, among others, is back for sale at $16.995 million.
The actress paid $11.4 million for the Hollywood Hills West compound that is now listed at $9.495 million.
“El Camino” actor Aaron Paul is asking $2.198 million for his Spanish-style home above the Sunset Strip, about $300,000 under his original price.
“The Young and the Restless” actress Melissa Ordway and her husband, singer-songwriter and actor Justin Gaston, have sold their Lake Balboa home for $715,000.
The 15,000-square-foot home sits on about an acre in Encino with a swimming pool and a two-story guesthouse.
Built in 1931, the three-story home holds four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, scenic living spaces and a den with a movie theater and wet bar.
The charming single-story home features a white picket-fenced front yard and a back patio with a detached garage.
Built in 1933, the stately home was renovated by noted interior designer Charlotte Moss.
The 3.5-acre plot has room for 10 home sites and comes with building plans from architect Doug Burdge.
The hip Midcentury Modern was built in 1962 and has been extensively updated.
The property includes the main house, a guesthouse and a swimming pool.
“Brady Bunch” star Barry Williams has found time away from “A Very Brady Renovation” to sell his Malibu beach house for $5.82 million. Also: Jason Statham has deemed his Malibu home expendable; sales by Fall Out Boy frontman Pete Wentz in Encino and Carla Sands, U.S. ambassador to Denmark, in Bel-Air.
Hulu’s ‘Looking for Alaska’ co-star likes her alone time amid acting, writing and school work.
In Venice, a hip contemporary home extends its footprint outward and upward. Asking price: $4.5 million.
The gated two-story home has six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms in about 5,400 square feet of space.
The hillside hacienda packs in plenty of Spanish style with multi-colored common spaces and Saltillo tile floors across 2,400 square feet.
  1. Adding a European factory raises the stakes for established automakers already facing a serious threat from Tesla, but it will take time for the plant to get up and running.
  2. The U.S. central bank could resume cutting interest rates if the economy’s growth outlook falters, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signaled.
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