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A Hollywoodland home where early film star Gale Sondergaard once lived has come on the market for $4.537 million.
Financier Gary Winnick’s 40,000-square-foot trophy perched above the Bel-Air Country Club is listing at a lofty price amid a mega-mansion glut in Southern California.
After leaving Uber last year, Jeff Holden has put his Bay Area home of five years up for sale at $8.6 million.
Just in time for basketball season, new Clippers forward Maurice Harkless has paid $3.36 million for a modern home in Venice.
Kunal Nayyar of “The Big Bang Theory” fame has paid $7.5 million for the former Hancock Park home of actor Nicolas Cage.
The Spanish Colonial-style home sits on more than a third of an acre with a swimming pool and views of the Hollywood sign.
The three-story home has views of the canals from two balconies and a renovated rooftop deck.
Built in 2008, the two-story home enjoys views of the Bay from a series of patios, balconies and verandas.
Clean lines, custom windows and French oak floors fill out the 4,000-square-foot floor plan, which expands to a pool, spa, fish pond and rooftop deck.
The landscaped property features a Colonial-style home built in 1922 and a newly renovated guesthouse with beamed ceilings and polished concrete floors.
Spanning two acres, the gated property holds a nearly 30,000-square-foot mansion, a 160-foot pool and a 30-foot water wall.
Built in 2006, the tri-level home holds five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, an expansive atrium, a movie theater, wet bar and golf course simulator.
The roughly 21,000-square-foot mansion sits on about two acres in Atherton.
The two Venice bungalows combine to offer two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a little more than 1,400 square feet of living space.
Set on seven acres, the 26,000-square-foot mansion is surrounded by lush landscaping, rolling lawns and meandering paths.
Hollywood producer Joel Silver is seeking $77.5 million for his Mexican modernist showplace in Brentwood. Also: Heather Graham is looking to sell her longtime home; and a tech titan has made a big splash in Newport Beach.
Actress Kristen Gutoskie has transformed the living room in her Silver Lake home into a “harmonious space” with trinkets and knick-knacks collected during her to South America and other parts of the world.
  1. China’s quarterly economic growth weakens to 6% as the country fights a trade war with the Trump administration and domestic consumer demand weakens.
  2. Stocks on Wall Street closed broadly higher Thursday as investors welcomed a batch of encouraging quarterly results from big companies.
  3. A French law requires Google to pay publishers if it shows previews of their articles in search results. Google says it won’t pay.
  4. Wells Fargo must offer 66 jobs to female and African American applicants it rejected, now that the U.S. Labor Department found the bank discriminated against them.
  5. SmileDirectClub is suing dentists who serve on a California regulatory board, saying they conspired to hurt its business to protect their own.
  1. A protest in Chatsworth against a homeless housing project shows that voters are fine spending tax money on these items, but just not near their homes.
  2. The L.A. City Council has voted to move forward with an effort to stop landlords from quickly evicting tenants or raising rent before a new state rental law takes effect.
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