7 posts tagged celebs
7 posts tagged celebs
Hip-hop artist Drake reportedly paid about $2.8 million for a sprawling complex in Hidden Hills, CA. The 3 acre property has a wealth of attractions, including a 12,500 square foot main house, stables, and an extraordinary swimming pool, complete with waterfall and a torch-lit grotto (top and above). To me, the home looks like an amusement park mash-up of Snow White and California Adventure’s Grizzly River Run – but hey, to each his own. I’m sure living in Disneyland can’t be all that bad.
Harrison Ford, the actor beloved to many as playing both Han Solo and Indiana Jones, has slipped his home in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles onto the market for $8.295 million. Ford has owned this Colonial style home for a long time, picking it up way back in 1983 for around $1 million. He later owned it with his second wife Melissa Mathison.
Former Steelers quarterback and current co-host of ‘FOX NFL Sundays’ Terry Bradshaw has put his 744-acre quarter horse ranch on the market for $10 million (no horses included). The property is completely outfitted and ready for the next equine enthusiast to move in and set up shop.
Former Los Angeles Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic is officially bidding adieu to Southern California. The headband-wearing swingman, who played for the Lakeshow from 2004-2011, is looking to wash his hands of his Rancho Palos Verdes, CA home. It makes perfect sense for Vujacic to sell his house, which can be had for $2.749 million, given that the husband to be of tennis star Maria Sherapova currently resides in Turkey where he suits up for Anadolu Efes of the Turkish Basketball League.
If you are a fan of Jennifer Aniston’s recent purchase of an A. Quincy Jones manse in Bel Air, CA, then be sure to check out this particular masterpiece by the esteemed architect, which just hit the L.A. real estate market for $6.95 million. Built in 1962, the newly listed post-and-beam design resides on a secluded, three-quarter-acre lot in Beverly Hills, CA, and displays the same organic balance of form, light and space that is synonymous with Jones-built homes.