Salsa singer Marc Anthony lowers Tarzana home price in hopes of wooing a buyer
It’s been on again, off again and now it’s on again. Latin music artist Marc Anthony and his wife, model Shannon de Lima, have put a second home they own in Tarzana back on the market.
This time the asking price is $3.35 million, a cool million less than they were asking when they first listed in early 2016. That’s also less than the $4.125 million they paid for the place three years ago.
The East Coast-inspired Traditional, built in 2014, sits behind gates on a half-acre knoll with cityscape, valley and mountain views.
Within the 6,590-square-foot two-story are formal living and dining rooms, two family rooms, a two-island kitchen, a den with a wet bar and a library/office. The once designer-done interiors are now empty in the current set of listing photos.
A balcony sits off the master bedroom for a total of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The half-acre lot contains a built-in barbecue, a swimming pool and spa, a fire pit, a covered patio and a gazebo. There’s a motor court and a four-car garage.
The salsa singer, 49, has won five Latin Grammy awards and two Grammy awards, including one for Best Latin Pop Album in 2004.
Lynde Leonard of Coldwell Banker is the listing agent.
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