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4 Luxurious Homes and Memoirs of Hollywood

4 Luxurious Homes and Memoirs of Hollywood

 

Luxurious home by Demi Lovato

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A luxurious Party Pad, House of Sin

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4 Luxurious homes came on the market last week. Extending from new construction to residential properties abundant in Hollywood memoirs, according to The Real Deal Los Angeles Real Estate News.

Demi Lovato, a pop singer and former child actress owns this Hollywood Hills luxurious home. She paid $8.3 million for the 5,500-square-foot home in September 2016.  The 2-story estate located on Laurel View Drive has 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Aside from that, it also has an outdoor grilling area and infinity-edge swimming pool. They had this listed at $9.5 million.

Also another home in the Hollywood Hills is a luxurious party pad known as “House of Sin” Listed by Richard Franklin, an English photographer who has worked with Kim Kardashian is selling this property on Sunset Plaza Drive for $8.5 million. Apart from it being 5,300-square-foot modern-style home, it includes 5 bedrooms, six bathrooms, a grotto, custom waterfall, casino, and nightclub.

Elite Investment Management is building the most expensive listing from last week. This 19,000-square-foot-mansion can be spotted in Bel Air and is listed at $88 million. Architect Michael Palumbo designed the 3-story home and once completed, it will showcase a 1,700-gallon fish tank, wine and cigar lounge, an 18-seat movie theatre and even a waterfall. Define luxurious, right?

Another luxurious listing to watch out for is a parcel of land adjacent to one of Holmby Hills’ grand estates. The former chairman of Northwest Airlines and CFO of Disney, Gary Wilson is selling this 2.2 acre plot of land, marketed for sale at $35 million. The famous former estate of Edith Mayer Goetz is next door to it. According to The Real Deal Los Angeles Real Estate News, “Wilson unsuccessfully tried to sell the two properties for a combined $79 million in 2016, only to then split the land into two pieces after it lingered on the market. Billionaire investor Nicolas Berggruen paid $40.8 million for the Goetz estate the following year.”

 

 

 

 

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