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March 15, 2010 | Lauren Beale
Reality show producer Bruce Nash has bought a newly built San Fernando Valley home for $6,075,000, the highest sale on record for Sherman Oaks, according to Multiple Listing Service data going back to 1990. The gated estate includes a main house with a great room, high ceilings, an office, five bedrooms and nine bathrooms in 8,500 square feet; a guesthouse with two bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,100 square feet; a pool house with a kitchenette and bathroom in 500 square feet, and a five-car garage.
June 23, 2002
Re "District's Bathroom Brouhaha," June 18: I believe it comes down to priorities: classroom books for the students or $100,000 for private bathrooms; smaller classrooms or $100,000 bathrooms; raises for the teachers or $100,000 bathrooms; supplies for the schools or $100,000 bathrooms; fine arts and sports in the schools or $100,000 bathrooms. Is it that difficult to decide what's right for the children in the public schools? The L.A. school board members need a place to escape the throng of questions thrown at them in the hallways--I'm so sorry they are so inconvenienced.
July 1, 2012
Luxury above the Sunset Strip Location: 2260 Sunset Plaza Drive, Los Angeles 90069 Size: Main house: five bedrooms, six bathrooms, about 8,000 square feet. Guesthouse: two bedrooms, two bathrooms, 675 square feet. Published on: May 1, 2011 Listed then for: $10.9 million Listed now for: $8.995 million Priced reduced: 17.5% A mansion without mass Location: 1580 Sunset Ridge Drive, Laguna Beach 92651 Size: Four bedrooms and 33/4 bathrooms in 4,530 square feet.
February 9, 2013 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Debra Messing, who stars on "Smash" as Broadway lyricist Julia Houston, has listed her showstopper in Bel-Air for $11.995 million. The traditional-style house, designed by architect Paul R. Williams and built in 1937, features bay windows, updated interiors, a den, a bar, a gym, four fireplaces, six bedrooms and eight bathrooms in 6,400 square feet. The more than half-acre gated property, sheltered by tall hedges, includes a swimming pool, a cabana and a brick driveway. Homes by Williams, who was popular among celebrities and designed homes for entertainers such as Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, still attract big names.
February 16, 2013 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Perhaps hoping to hit a home run of a different sort, former baseball outfielder Barry Bonds has put his Italian-inspired estate in Beverly Park up for sale at $25 million. Designed to function both as a place to host large-scale events and as a family home, the 17,100-square-foot villa sits beside a circular motor court centered on a multi-tiered fountain. The 1.85 acres of grounds include an outdoor kitchen, a swimming pool with a cabana, a 2,100-square-foot sports court, an olive grove, a lawn and a rose garden.
February 2, 2013 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Everyone needs a hobby. Actor Jeremy Renner has put his latest house remodeling project on the market in Holmby Hills at $24.95 million. The Roaring '20s Art Deco-style mansion includes a wine cellar, a theater, five fireplaces, six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and 10,005 square feet of living space. The two-acre property features gates, a cobblestone driveway and a swimming pool with spa. Renner, 42, was nominated for Oscars for his work in "The Hurt Locker" (2008) and "The Town" (2010)
April 11, 2010 | Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Harry Warner estate in Hancock Park Location: 501 S. Rossmore Ave., Los Angeles 90020 Size: Seven bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms in 5,555 square feet Published on : Oct. 19, 2008 Listed then for: $4.55 million Sold for: $2.95 million last month At water's edge in the O.C. Location: 2717 Shell St., Newport Beach 92625 Size: Three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and three half-bathrooms in...
November 29, 2009 | By Dinah Eng
Behind the walls of this gated Bel-Air estate lies a palatial compound fit for royalty. Its lavish entertainment space includes an outdoor pavilion with a kitchen between the tennis courts and swimming pool. The property was bought in 1989 by Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al Saud, now the king of Saudi Arabia, who tore down the existing structure and built a French mansion with nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, two half-bathrooms and a two-story guesthouse. A lot on the west side of the compound, large enough to accommodate a third house, completes the 2.38 acres of grounds.
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