Seven months after buying, Marc Anthony has listed his Traditional-style home in Tarzana for sale at $4.35 million. (Ashera J. Photography | Los Angeles Times)
Fronting the Intracoastal Waterway on half an acre, the three-story home weighs in with 11,142 square feet of space with free-flowing rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and glassed-in catwalks connecting the upper levels. A massive swimming pool with a waterfall feature and a raised spa completes the postcard-worthy coastal setting.
Ndamukong Suh, the Miami Dolphins' $114-million man, has paid $6.5 million for a glass-and-steel contemporary in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Redfin | Inset: Getty Images)
Free-swinging outfielder Josh Hamilton hasn’t had much luck connecting with a buyer in Newport Coast’s Crystal Cove. The former Angel, now with the Texas Rangers, chopped $612,000 off the asking price of his 10,850-square-foot mansion to bring it to $15.888 million.
Built in 2013, the Provence-style spread sits on the highest point of the gated enclave, with an infinity-edge pool, an outdoor kitchen and a loggia making up the half-acre grounds. Inside, a lower entertainment wing has a clubhouse vibe with a game room, a home theater and an eight-car garage.
Former Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton, now with the Texas Rangers, has dropped the price on his Crystal Cove mansion from $16.5 million to $15.888 million. (Redfin | Getty Images)
Dusting off the archives
Ten years ago this week, actress and eternal beauty Raquel Welch was listing her “generously sized” Beverly Hills area home for $4.5 million. Although everything about the place was done large — the two-story entry with a sweeping staircase, a living room with 14-foot ceilings — the 8,000 square feet of living space seems modest by today’s mega-star standards.
Twenty years back, hoop superstar Michael Jordan leased a home in a gated development off Mulholland Drive for two months at close to $50,000. These days he’s trying to sell his more than 7 acre estate in Highland Park, Ill., for $14.855 million. The individual numbers in that price add up to 23, his longtime Chicago Bulls jersey number.
The legendary basketball player has put his 56,000-square-foot compound in Highland Park, Ill., on the market for $14.855 million. (Joseph Noel | Inset: Associated Press)
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A paparazzi-proof penthouse seems like a tall order, but that’s what a new high-rise on the Westside aims to provide. L.A. Times reporter Roger Vincent details the new Four Seasons development taking shape in Beverly Hills that will feature 59 units, concierge service and a kitchen serving residents and guests. The crown jewel of the development is an ultra-private penthouse, complete with 9,000-square-foot garden, swimming pool and exclusive elevator, to be priced at $50 million.
The penthouse atop the Four Seasons Private Residences-Los Angeles will have a 9,000-square-foot garden and a swimming pool. (Genton Property Group)
We love us some movie homes, but this one makes our skin crawl: On the market in Pennsylvania is a Victorian-style scene in the 1991 thriller “The Silence of the Lambs." Yes, the fictional residence of serial killer Buffalo Bill can be had for just $300,000, reports Hooked on Houses. Lotion, anyone? For more luxury real estate, follow us on Twitter and Instagram.