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Salsa king Marc Anthony puts his Tarzana home back up for sale

Salsa king Marc Anthony puts his Tarzana home back up for sale
The Grammy winner bought the gated Traditional-style house in Tarzana a year ago for $4.15 million. (Ashera J. Photography | Inset: Los Angeles Times)
Latin music artist Marc Anthony and his wife, model Shannon de Lima, have put their house in Tarzana back on the market for $4.35 million.
The East Coast-inspired Traditional, built two years ago, sits behind gates on a half-acre knoll with a large motor court and an oversized four-car garage. Views take in the cityscape, valley and surrounding mountains.
Within the 6,500-square-foot two-story are formal living and dining rooms, two family rooms, a den with a wet bar and a library/office. A chef’s kitchen comes fully loaded with two islands, double ranges and a backsplash of herringbone-patterned cut stone.
Upstairs, the master suite has a custom closet with glass vitrines, a rain shower and chandelier-topped soaking tub for a total of five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. A private terrace balcony sits off the master bedroom.
Outdoors, hedged grounds center on a built-in barbecue and a swimming pool and spa. A fire pit, a covered patio and a raised gazebo complete the setting.
The couple, who decamped to the Atlantic coast last year, bought the home a year ago for $4.125 million, records show.
Maggie Oreck of Rodeo Realty is the listing agent.
Anthony, 47, has won five Latin Grammy awards and two Grammy awards, including one for Best Latin Pop Album in 2004. Last year, the singer launched Magnus Media, an entertainment and marketing company focused on the Latin market.

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