Hot Property | James Valentine
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Hot Property | Maroon 5’s James Valentine makes his move

Maroon 5 guitarist James B. Valentine has listed his Los Feliz house and bought another place in Toluca Lake. Also: Tom Petty’s Lake Sherwood home sells.

Maroon 5 guitarist James B. Valentine has sold his Midcentury Modern-style home in Los Feliz. (Simon Berlyn)
Maroon 5 guitarist James B. Valentine has sold his Midcentury Modern-style home in Los Feliz. (Simon Berlyn)
Maroon 5 guitarist James B. Valentine has sold his Midcentury Modern-style home in Los Feliz. (Simon Berlyn)
Maroon 5 guitarist James B. Valentine has sold his Midcentury Modern-style home in Los Feliz. (Simon Berlyn)
Maroon 5 guitarist James B. Valentine has sold his Midcentury Modern-style home in Los Feliz. (Simon Berlyn)
Maroon 5 guitarist James B. Valentine has sold his Midcentury Modern-style home in Los Feliz. (Simon Berlyn)
This villa-style home overlooking Lake Sherwood was owned by Tom Petty at the time of his death. It has sold for $4 million.  (Compass)
This villa-style home overlooking Lake Sherwood was owned by Tom Petty at the time of his death. It has sold for $4 million. (Compass)
This villa-style home overlooking Lake Sherwood was owned by Tom Petty at the time of his death. It has sold for $4 million. (Compass)
Disney Channel actress Bridgit Mendler is asking $1.997 million for her longtime Silver Lake home.  (Jo David/Charmaine David Photography)
Disney Channel actress Bridgit Mendler is asking $1.997 million for her longtime Silver Lake home. The traditional-style house, built in 1935, features an updated kitchen with vaulted ceilings and a window alcove. (Jo David/Charmaine David Photography)
Disney Channel actress Bridgit Mendler is asking $1.997 million for her longtime Silver Lake home.  (Jo David/Charmaine David Photography)
Hungarian curlers György Nagy and Ildikó Szekeres paid $6.1 million for this Mediterranean-style mansion in Bel-Air.  (Juwan Li)
Hungarian curlers György Nagy and Ildikó Szekeres paid $6.1 million for this mansion in Bel-Air. The home has a grand foyer with a sweeping staircase. (Juwan Li)
Hungarian curlers György Nagy and Ildikó Szekeres paid $6.1 million for this Mediterranean-style mansion in Bel-Air. A fountain-fed swimming pool, patio, palm trees and lawn make up the grounds. (Juwan Li)
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