Singer-actress Selena Gomez has sold her picture-perfect house in Tarzana for $3.45 million.
The Traditional-style home is entered through a blue stone patio with a fountain. Bay windows flank the red front door, which opens to a high-ceiling entry with a center hall. A coffered-ceiling dining room sits off one side of the hall and a living room with a fireplace off the other.
The two-story, 6,630-square-foot house includes a great room, a card room, a media room, six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The less than an acre of gated grounds contains a guesthouse and a swimming pool with a spa.
Gomez, 22, released “Stars Dance,” her first solo album, last year. She earlier recorded as part of Selena Gomez & the Scene. Gomez was on the television shows “Wizards of Waverly Place” (2007-12) and “Barney & Friends” (2002-04).
More recently she starred in the films “Getaway” (2013) and this year’s “Rudderless” and “Behaving Badly.”
She bought the property in 2011 for $2.175 million, public records show, and remodeled and expanded the house by about 2,000 square feet. Gomez purchased another home this year in Calabasas.
Craig Knizek of the Agency was the listing agent. He and Kofi Nartey, also with the Agency, represented the buyer.
Beaming out of Los Feliz?
It’s not quite warp speed but Zachary Quinto, who portrayed Spock in the recent “Star Trek” films, put a home in Los Feliz up for sale at $1.165 million and in less than two weeks a deal was pending.
The funky loft-like pad has Midcentury Modern roots and dates to 1948. Open-plan space encompasses the living room, dining area and kitchen of the 1,500-square-foot home, which has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There’s also a den.
Outdoor space includes a patio with a fire pit off the master bedroom, which has clerestory windows and concrete floors.
Quinto, 37, is known for the 2009 and 2013 “Star Trek” movies and for his work on the series “Heroes” (2006-10) and “American Horror Story” (2011-13). He is in the 2014 films “He’ll Never Have Paris” and “The Girl Who Invented Kissing.”
He bought the property in 2008 for $865,000, property records show.
James Foreman of Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.
Where Gable chilled out in desert
The former estate of Clark Gable and Carole Lombard in the Old Las Palmas area of Palm Springs is for sale at $2.195 million.
The seller is film producer Joel Douglas, the brother of actor Michael Douglas and the son of actor Kirk Douglas.
Built in 1925, the gated Spanish Colonial sits on more than half an acre of grounds with a tree-lined circular drive, a pool house and swimming pool, and a detached guesthouse and garage. Mature trees and grass complete the grounds.
Period details include colorful tile accents, decorative wrought-iron work and vaulted beamed ceilings. The restored pink-stucco house has family room and living room fireplaces, a den/office, four bedrooms and six bathrooms in 3,301 square feet of living space.
The property is offered furnished and includes a pool table custom-made for Kirk Douglas, who will turn 98 in December.
Gable, who died in 1960 at 59, was known for his leading-man roles, including Rhett Butler in “Gone With the Wind” (1939). Comic actress Lombard, who died in a 1942 plane crash at 33, appeared with Gable in “No Man of Her Own” (1932).
Joel Douglas has worked on such films as “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975), “Romancing the Stone” (1984) and “It Runs in the Family” (2003), which starred his father and brother.
The property last changed hands in 2003 for $965,000.
Gregg Fletcher and Dean Sipe of Fletcher Sipe Group/HOM Sotheby’s International Realty are the listing agents.
Her deal in Hancock Park
Kate Mara of “House of Cards” fame would like to deal. She’s listed her condo in Hancock Park for $649,000.
The Italian Revival-style building was constructed in 1928 and features a courtyard with a fountain. The building includes a gym and gated parking.
Mara’s renovated corner unit of more than 900 square feet has two bedrooms and one bathroom. Views take in the cityscape and mountains.
Mara, 31, was in “American Horror Story” in 2011, “Entourage” (2009) and “24" (2006). She is in the 2014 films “Transcendence” and “Captive.”
The actress bought the pied-a-terre in 2005 for $620,000.
Brian V. Moore of Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.
Hoping a buyer will zoom in
Academy Award-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister has listed his compound in Hollywood Hills West for sale at $4.695 million.
Set behind gates, the three-quarter-acre property centers on a five-bedroom, six-bathroom main house with high ceilings and art display space. A guest apartment with a kitchen sits above the garage.
In addition to the nearly 5,000 square feet of interior space, there’s an outdoor living room/pavilion with a fireplace. Steps lead down to a swimming pool with a spa outside of the great room and a screening room.
Pfister, 53, won his Oscar for “Inception” (2010) and is known for his work on the “Dark Knight” films. This year he directed the movie “Transcendence.”
The property last changed hands in 2006 for $2.275 million, public records show.
Mimi Starrett of John Aaroe Group is the listing agent.