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A Brentwood estate draws inspiration from Denmark’s traditional farmhouse architecture. Asking price: $11.995 million.
In the Hollywood Hills, a contemporary mansion seized by the federal government has sold for $18.5 million. Also: Jason Statham is selling another home.
Jeff Bezos has pulled out of a $90-million deal for a 120-acre site owned by the estate of late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
Former Sacramento Kings big man Jason Thompson has listed his home in Roseville, Calif., for sale at $1.25 million.
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With roles in wide-ranging projects including “Miss Bala” and “The Terror: Infamy,” Cristina Rodlo relocates a lot. Her advice: Don’t get attached.
A Brentwood estate draws inspiration from Denmark’s traditional farmhouse architecture. Asking price: $11.995 million.
In the Hollywood Hills, a contemporary mansion that was seized by the federal government has sold for $18.5 million. Also: A home once owned by Jerry Buss is on the market, and Mark Ronson has sold in Los Feliz.
The two-story house sits on a lakeside lot measuring more than half an acre.
The rustic 1940s treehouse is surrounded by a wraparound deck that takes in treetop views.
This trio turned commercial, residential and fashion design experience into Transition State, a full-service design studio. Next up: a line of throw pillows.
The Tuscan-style compound includes a three-story mansion, custom pool, tennis court and guesthouse.
The five-acre compound holds a 7,200-square-foot home, separate apartment, workshop, garage, tennis court and go-kart track.
The 5,230-square-foot contemporary features a rooftop deck, open-concept living spaces and a lower-level theater.
The ocean-view estate was built in the mid-1920s for early area investor Frank A. Vanderlip Sr., known as “the father of Palos Verdes.”
Remodeled during Russo’s stay, the two-story home holds three bedrooms and four bathrooms in 2,100 square feet.
The single-story spot in the city of Edmond expands to a swimming pool with two basketball hoops.
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