Cher-held pad in Venice sells for over asking price
A Venice house held by Cher’s trust has sold for $1.95 million.
It may not hurt to have a rock-star mom when it comes to real estate. The remodeled contemporary went into escrow nine days after coming on the market and sold for $100,000 above the original asking price.
The hip pad, reportedly the home of one of her children, features high ceilings, sliding glass walls, two fireplaces and an outdoor shower -- a feature Cher favors. A rooftop deck has a built-in barbecue, sink and refrigerator. There are three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.
The property previously sold three years ago for $1,542,500, public records show.
The superstar, who turned 67 Monday, made her name as part of the 1960s duo Sonny and Cher and won an Oscar for her starring role in “Moonstruck” (1987).
Rayni Romito and Branden Williams of Hilton & Hyland were the listing agents. Marcie G. Peterson of Coldwell Banker’s Pacific Palisades office represented the buyer.
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