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Hot Property: Harry Styles gives it another go in the Hollywood Hills

Harry Styles of One Direction fame is looking for a break in the Hollywood Hills housing market.

The pop star has put his contemporary-style pad back on the market for the reduced price of $6.995 million. That’s about $1.5 million less than the house first listed for and $12,500 more than Styles paid for the place three years ago, records show.

Views are king in the three-story dwelling, which sits behind gates on a quarter-acre lot. A private terrace, as well as a pair of expansive decks, takes in scenes from the city and ocean.

In 4,401 square feet, there are four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a movie theater and a yoga studio. On the main level, an open floor plan connects an indoor-outdoor living room to a dining area and center-island kitchen.

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Down below, a covered lounge expands to a swimming pool and spa surrounded by bamboo hedges.

Kurt Rappaport and Carl Gambino of Westside Estate Agency hold the listing.

Styles, 25, rose to fame as a member of the boy band One Direction. More recently, Styles released his eponymous debut solo album in 2017. He’s also dabbled in acting, appearing in Christopher Nolan’s war drama “Dunkirk.”

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Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry has made a pair of moves in his real estate portfolio, selling his Northern California home of roughly three years for $6.3 million and unloading another property in North Carolina for $1.208 million.

The Northern California home is in a guard-gated community in Alamo and features a traditional-style main house, a detached guesthouse and a six-car garage on about 1.5 acres of grounds.

Built in 2006, the main house has more than 10,000 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms and five fireplaces. The kitchen, anchored by an oversize island, was recently updated.

Outdoors, the landscaped estate holds various fountains, lawns, an infinity-edge swimming pool and an outdoor pavilion. A 1,700-gallon well on the property provides irrigation.

The other house, located in Waxhaw, N.C., was owned by Curry for about eight years. Set on more than half an acre of grounds, the property centers on a stone-finished European manor of 7,650 square feet. The three-story house, built in 2008, boasts vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

Curry, 30, is a two-time league MVP and a six-time all-star. The prolific scorer has spent his entire 10-year career with the Warriors, winning three NBA titles with the team.

This season, he ranks among league leaders in three-point field goals, true shooting percentage and offensive rating.

Her next project: a home sale

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Interior designer to the stars Donna Livingston has put a reimagined home in the Beverly Hills Post Office area on the market for $3.075 million.

The two-story California ranch house, previously owned by “The Mummy” actor Oded Fehr, was both a project and a personal residence for the designer. Surrounded by lush landscaping and trees, the 3,246-square-foot home features high-pitched ceilings, two fireplaces, an updated kitchen, three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

A sitting area, a walk-in closet and a lavish bath with a soaking tub make up the master suite, which connects through French doors to a secluded side patio.

The house, built in 1956, sits on two-thirds of an acre with a fire pit, a swimming pool and a spa.

Livingston acquired the property about six years ago for $1.658 million.

A familiar name on Architectural Digest’s annual AD100 list, the Los Angeles-based designer is known for combining textures, colors and mediums to create layered living spaces. She has worked on a range of commercial and residential projects, and her celebrity clients have included singer-songwriter Lionel Richie, film producer Sidney Kimmel and famed hairstylist Vidal Sassoon.

Zach Goldsmith of Hilton & Hyland holds the listing.

Hurler’s listing ends with auction sale

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It took Hall of Fame baseball pitcher Randy Johnson just three years to record his first no-hitter. It took him five years to sell his Arizona home.

After listing the mansion in 2014 for $25 million, the legendary pitcher has sold it at auction for a deeply discounted $7.3 million. The bidding, which took place online, began at $4 million.

The Paradise Valley estate spans five acres — or about twice the size of fair territory in Chase Field, where Johnson won a World Series title with the Diamondbacks in 2001. There’s a main residence, a two-bedroom guesthouse, a commercial-grade gym, pool and tennis court.

Entered through a stone archway, the 25,000-square-foot Tuscan mansion includes a chef’s kitchen, a wine cellar, a study lounge, two offices and a pet suite. The master suite — one of seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms — occupies the entire western wing of the home and holds a sitting area, fireplace, private patio and poker room.

Amenities, such as a game room and a billiards room with a wet bar, fill out the eastern wing. A movie theater offers stadium seating and a ticket booth, while a professional recording studio holds a performance stage and an instrument showroom.

The grounds are built for entertaining. In addition to a swimming pool with a water slide, there’s a bathhouse, fire pit and loggia with a wood-burning pizza oven.

Robert Joffe and Jonathan Friedland of Launch Real Estate held the listing. Concierge Auctions handled the auction.

Known as “The Big Unit” for his tall stature, Johnson, 55, retired a 10-time All-Star and five-time Cy Young Award winner with a 303-166 career record. His 4,875 career strikeouts are second only to Nolan Ryan’s 5,714 Ks.

Mountain ranch is a real trip

Tucked away in the San Jacinto Mountains, an 80-acre ranch that once played host to a multimillion-dollar LSD operation known as the Brotherhood of Eternal Love is on the market for $1.495 million.

Led by Timothy Leary — the famed psychologist and drug enthusiast — the brotherhood descended upon the retreat, called Fobes Ranch, in the late ’60s. Also known as the Hippie Mafia, the group of 30 or so surfers and friends reportedly used the Mountain Center residence to take and manufacture LSD, as well as worship nature amid the mountain-lined landscape.

Leary and his wife, Rosemary, lived in a bungalow, while others populated tepees across the land.

Today, the ranch stands as the only private property in Duchess Canyon, according to the listing. Structures include a two-bedroom home, guesthouse, workshop, barn and two-car garage, with a total of 2,450 square feet of living space.

Entered through double doors, the main residence is anchored by a bright living room with a freestanding fireplace. Other spaces include a kitchen with wood countertops, a master suite with a custom fireplace and a 500-square-foot studio bathed in light from oversize windows.

Lofts are found in the guesthouse and workshop, and the bunkhouse offers two built-in bunk beds. Elsewhere, a pavilion topped with solar panels holds a brick-and-stone fireplace.

For water, two springs feed 4,000 gallons a day into a 70,000-gallon tank.

Timothy McTavish of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.

neal.leitereg@latimes.com | Twitter: @LATHotProperty


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