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HOT PROPERTY

New Plot for 'Fargo' Star

October 04, 1998|RUTH RYON | TIMES STAFF WRITER

The psychologist and her husband plan to build a home in Italy and keep a smaller residence in the L.A. area, their daughter said. A former KABC-TV personality, Irene Kassorla is working on a book, writing a monthly column and making TV guest appearances. Her husband, once CEO of a Silicon Valley computer company, is an industry consultant.

The Holmby Hills home has a main house with four bedrooms and quarters for a staff of two; a guest house with two bedrooms and an office; a pool with a pavilion; and five kitchens. The dining room can seat 40 people. Situated behind 14-foot-tall gates, the estate also has a 50-foot-long reflection pool, sunken tennis court and a motor court for 50 cars.

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Recording studio chief ALLEN SIDES and his record producer wife, ANNE, have listed their Encino home at $2.1 million.

He is the owner of Ocean Way in Hollywood, one of the busiest recording studios in the world. Such hits as Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" and Natalie Cole's "Unforgettable" were recorded there, as well as songs by Beck, Bob Dylan and Barbra Streisand.

The studio, which has several buildings, including actor Douglas Fairbanks' sound stage dating from 1900, has been owned by Allen Sides since 1977.

The couple's home was owned by actor Efrem Zimbalist Jr. for about 20 years. Built in 1934, the 6,500-square-foot traditional-style house has five bedrooms and guest quarters. The house also has nine fireplaces. The 1 1/2-acre property has stables and a small lake.

The couple also own a 20,000-square-foot house on 25 acres, which they are selling for $1.1 million, in Macon, Ga. They plan to move from Encino to the Westside.

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Paul Czako of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills, has the listing.

Drummer VINNY APPICE, who performs with the heavy-metal band Black Sabbath, and his wife, Justine, have sold their Woodland Hills house for close to its listing price of $519,000 and moved to a nearby townhome.

Built in the 1950s, the house has four bedrooms, a pool and a spa.

The drummer, 41, went on tour earlier this year with the band, which expects to release a new album by Halloween.

Katherine Stark of Fred Sands' Woodland Hills office represented the Appices; Rochelle Cohn of Sands' Beverly Hills Estates office represented the attorney who bought their house.

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