April 29, 2013 |
Former UCLA basketball Coach Ben Howland has listed his home in a gated Bel-Air neighborhood for $1,899,950. Built in 1999, the stone-clad home features an elevator, a home theater, five bedrooms, four bathrooms and close to 4,700 square feet of living space. The nearly half-acre lot includes a swimming pool with spa, a covered patio and a barbecue center. During Howland's 10 years at UCLA, he won four conference titles and coached the team to three Final Fours. Jordan Cohen of Re/Max Olson & Associates is the listing agent.
May 2, 2013 |
Former pro basketball shooting guard Mitch Richmond has put his Calabasas estate up for sale at $9.495 million. The sprawling Mediterranean-style mansion has nearly 13,000 square feet of living space and sits on 2.25 acres with a basketball court, a swimming pool, a barbecue center, a fireplace, a fire pit and lawns. Custom built in 2006, the house features a game room, a sports bar, a theater, a library/office, a wine cellar/tasting room, a gym, six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Grandest pool around?
November 22, 2013 |
Lance Reddick of the sci-fi series “Fringe” has bought a home in Studio City for $1.315 million. Built in 1939, the main house contains four bedrooms and four bathrooms, while the guesthouse has another full bathroom. There are two fireplaces, a wet bar in the family room, a sun room and 3,191 square feet of living space. The nearly third-acre lot has a swimming pool, a spa and a built-in barbecue. Reddick, 51, was in the fourth and fifth seasons of “Lost” and in “The Wire” (2002-2008)
May 4, 2013 |
Area basketball coaches are seeing a lot of off-court action these days. Now that the Lakers are out of the playoffs, head coach Mike D'Antoni can turn his attention to moving into the house he and his wife, Laurel, just bought in Manhattan Beach for $6.9 million and working on his tan. Set on a walk street, the ocean-view home features a three-stop cherry-paneled elevator, which should come in handy for carting beverages from the...
March 11, 2012 |
A whimsical house in Malibu that looks like something out of "The Flintstones" has come on the market at $3.5 million. The owners are iconic television personality Dick Clark and his wife, Kari , according to public records. The unusual architectural retreat sits on a mountaintop on a nearly 23-acre site zoned for equestrian use. Free-form walls punctuated with expanses of glass bring in ocean views. The custom-built one-bedroom, two-bathroom house, which has an interior ambience that brings to mind Fred and Wilma's place in Bedrock, features vaulted ceilings in the living and dining rooms, a bar, a fireplace and a wine cellar.
July 15, 2011 |
The biggest home in Los Angeles County is ready for a new nickname: The 56,500-square-foot Manor, dubbed Candyland after owner Candy Spelling, has been sold to another wealthy socialite, British heiress Petra Ecclestone, in an all-cash deal for $85 million. As steep as that price is, it's not a record or even close to what Spelling was asking. The priciest Southland home transaction was the 2000 sale of an 8-acre estate in Bel-Air to financial executive Gary Winnick in a deal that included the trade of other land, for a total value of about $94 million.