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    Rebel Wilson Lists in L.A., Sydney Sweeney Scoops Up Florida Estate, and More Celebrity Deals

    Published on June 14, 2024

    Tiffany Angeles; JC Olivera/Variety via Getty Images

    Back in spring 2016, Rebel Wilson doled out nearly $3 million for a traditional Los Angeles home and went on to convert the garage into a workout space, fill a built-in wine display with awards, and decorate the living spaces with memorabilia from her films, including a skirt from Pitch Perfect.
    Now the Aussie actress has decided to try her hand at selling the West Hollywood digs she’s used as an office and meeting spot for the past eight years, asking $4.15 million. The residence is being marketed by Million Dollar Listing star Tracy Tutor of Douglas Elliman.
    Tucked away behind gates and high hedges on less than a quarter-acre parcel within the Fairfax District, the creamy wood-sided structure was built in 2015 and features a little more than 4,400 square feet over two levels adorned throughout with hardwood floors and high ceilings.
    Especially standing out is a gourmet kitchen outfitted with a sink-equipped island, top-tier Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, and an accompanying breakfast nook flanked by a built-in buffet sporting a wine fridge. An adjoining family room displays a coffered ceiling and fireplace, along with French doors spilling out to a covered terrace.

    Image Credit: Tiffany Angeles

    In addition to an office where she penned much of her autobiography “Rebel Rising,” five bedrooms include a primary suite with a fireplace, a private balcony, a mini-bar, and a walk-in closet. A luxe bath has dual vanities, a freestanding soaking tub, and a glass-encased shower; and outdoors, there’s a saltwater pool and spa in the fenced backyard and an attached two-car garage out front.

    Image Credit: Tiffany Angeles

    Per The Wall Street Journal, the 44-year-old actress is planning to downsize to a smaller or more conventional office space because she is spending more time at home with her 1-year-old daughter Royce and her fiancée, clothing-brand founder Ramona Agruma.
    Wilson, who is currently writing, directing, and starring in the upcoming musical movie The Deb, maintains a primary residence in Hollywood Hills that she paid $2.2 million for in 2014. She also has homes in New York City, London, and Sydney, where she plans to put a spare penthouse up for auction later this month.

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    Sydney Sweeney Sails Into Coastal Florida Hideaway
    Sydney Sweeney is all about the Florida Keys lifestyle. The Euphoria and Anyone But You star recently plunked down $13.5 million for a sprawling waterfront estate in Summerland Key, where she’s been spotted be-bopping around the crystalline waters on an inflatable banana and has reportedly purchased a cute-as-a-button $70,000 sky-blue Fiat Jolly so she can tool around town in style. The nearly 1.4-acre spread, known as Tarpon Ranch, is anchored by a 7,700-square-foot home that has six bedrooms and seven baths. The great room has a walnut bar, the kitchen’s countertops are embedded with nautilus shells, and there’s a huge room devoted to crafting. Ten-foot mahogany-trimmed glass doors open the entire house to the pool and water. Other notable features include a 520-bottle wine room, a 330-gallon aquarium, two boat lifts, an outdoor kitchen, and a heated and cooled saltwater pool with a competition-length swim lane.
    Sweeney also has a $3 million Tudor-style home in the Westwood area of L.A. that she picked up in 2021, and last year, she plunked down $6.2 million—a quarter million above the asking price—for a tear-down residence in Brentwood.

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    ‘Laguna Beach’ Alum Kristin Cavallari Seeks $8 Million Profit on Her Nashville Digs
    Back in spring 2020, shortly after separating from her now-ex-husband—former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler—Kristin Cavallari doled out just over $3 million for a sprawling Nashville-area bachelorette pad. Now, a little over four years later, the reality TV star-turned-entrepreneur is hoisting the property back on the market, asking for a substantially higher $11 million. And though that’s a whopping $8 million more than she originally paid for the farmhouse-style spread, Cavallari did undertake an extensive interior renovation during her tenure. She also added a few personal touches, like a pool and spa, a greenhouse, a chicken coop, and beehives. As for the 2016-built structure, it’s tucked away on a woodsy 28-acre parcel in the affluent Franklin neighborhood pocket and has four bedrooms and five baths in nearly 6,800 square feet of chic, three-level living space.
    There’s also a barn and a 3,000-square-foot guest cottage, plus glitzy amenities ranging from a game room to a wellness center equipped with a gym and a sauna. Other standout features include a living room with custom built-ins and a wood-burning fireplace and a sleekly designed kitchen outfitted with a mosaic tile backsplash, an eat-in island, top-notch appliances, and a breakfast nook, as well as a sumptuous primary suite flaunting a showroom-style closet with a floor-to-ceiling shoe wall.

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    Sean Hannity Quickly Finds Buyer for Long Island Estate
    Barely a week after he put it up for grabs, Sean Hannity’s longtime residence in the Long Island enclave of Centre Island has already been sold fully furnished amid a bidding war to an apparent fan of the Fox News star. The all-cash, $13 million-plus deal was a big win for the conservative political commentator, who paid $8.5 million for the place 16 years ago, back in spring 2008. That’s a new record for the fastest home sale over $10 million in the area, per Shawn Elliott, who listed the property with his son Zachary Elliott, both of Nest Seekers International.
    Nestled alongside Oyster Bay, which feeds into the Long Island Sound, the 6-acre waterfront estate features a New England-style home boasting seven en-suite bedrooms and nine baths in almost 11,000 square feet. There’s also a pool, a tennis court, a par-3 golf course, and a separate putting green on the premises, as well as access to 500 feet of shoreline and an 81-foot private dock. Other amenities include a living room with French doors spilling out to a covered terrace warmed by a firepit, a snazzy blue-hued wet bar, and a fireside primary suite boasting a balcony, two walk-in closets, and a spa-inspired bath with dual vanities, a built-in soaking tub, and a glass-encased steam shower.
    According to Adweek, a fully equipped studio can be found elsewhere within the house. Hannity, 62, recently announced he had made a permanent move from New York to the “free state of Florida.” He is already broadcasting the network’s Hannity program and The Sean Hannity Show on iHeartRadio from studios in the Sunshine State’s affluent Palm Beach community, where he owns a $5.3 million oceanfront townhouse.

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    Richard Pryor’s Former L.A. Estate Sells
    After first hitting the open market three months ago with a $4.2 million price tag, Rashard Mendenhall has officially offloaded his home in the Sherwood Forest community of Northridge for $3.6 million—or $1.1 million more than the former NFL player-turned-Hollywood writer originally paid. The one-time Pittsburgh Steelers running back bought the 2.2-acre estate for $2.5 million in spring 2017. Before that, the property was owned from the mid-1970s to ’89 by comedian Richard Pryor, who notoriously “set himself on fire” there while freebasing cocaine. Sold for $940,000 and subsequently destroyed by the Northridge earthquake, the home has since been rebuilt into a hacienda-style estate featuring 9,000 square feet spread across several structures.
    In addition to a four-bedroom, four-bath main house spotlighted by amenities like game and billiard rooms, there’s also a guesthouse, a pool house, a dance studio/gym, an office, a children’s playhouse, a three-car garage, and a kennel. Rounding it all out: resort-like grounds boasting a waterfall-fed pool and spa, a barbecue pavilion, a tennis court, a putting green, a citrus grove, a vegetable garden, and parking space for over 25 vehicles. The legal horse property, known as Hacienda de los Suenos, was listed by Neil McDermott and Beate Kessler of Hilton & Hyland. More

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    A California Beach House With a Guitar-Shaped Pool Just Listed for $15 Million

    Good news, music fans! A beach house in Northern California with serious rock ‘n’ roll connections just hit the market. 

    Built in 1920, the storied property in the unincorporated township of Bolinas, a notoriously insular beach town about 30 miles north of San Francisco, is the former abode of Grace Slick, lead singer of Jefferson Airplane. In addition, the oceanfront hideaway has hosted fellow musical legends, including David Crosby and the Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia. The 4,074-square-foot spread sits on nearly an acre of land with roughly 400 feet of picturesque beachfrontage along the Pacific Ocean. Most oceanfront homes in Bolinas are perched on high bluffs. Slick’s former hideaway, however, is one of only two properties sited directly on the beach; the other is owned by Marc Pincus, founder of the social gaming powerhouse Zynga.

    On the market for just shy of $15 million, the home has been owned for over 25 years by Mark Talucci, chairman and co-founder of the Sak Group, one of the country’s largest lifestyle accessory companies. Along with its rock star past, the seafront spread was once used as a gathering place for affluent visitors who would arrive from San Francisco by boat, Mansion Global reported, and the dwelling also served at various times as a hotel, a tea house, a bathhouse, and a casino.

    The rock star retreat is one of only two properties in Bolinas with direct beachfrontage.

    Tom Rohrer, Open Homes Photography

    “I couldn’t find anything with this much beachfront property,” Talucci told the listing site. “It’s practically in the ocean and built on a seawall.” The area itself, which is made up of about 1,600 people, offers tons of privacy and has long been a sanctuary for artists and creatives, including actress Frances McDormand, chef Alice Waters, and Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins. 

    “Bolinas is known for being exclusive and reclusive in that it’s only accessible via unmarked roads, so before the days of GPS, locals would tear down signs on the state route to keep outsiders from finding it,” Kara Warrin of Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty told Mansion Global. 

    The kitchen and dining area have unimpeded ocean and coastline views.

    Tom Rohrer, Open Homes Photography

    Altogether, the home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Talucci and his wife have painstakingly restored the interiors while keeping the traditional and low-key Northern California beach house look. Think wood shingles, exposed beams, and lots of shiplap. In the kitchen, the couple even went as far as to preserve the home’s original Douglas fir floors. Additional highlights include a main-level primary suite with an outdoor shower and patio, a recreation room with a built-in wet bar, and a sauna. Out back, a nod to the home’s musical pedigree, there’s even a guitar-shaped swimming pool that Slick designed herself in the ‘70s. 

    “The spacious family room was the home of the practice stage where members of Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead, and other legendary musicians crafted songs and jammed late into the evening,” notes the listing. “Like those timeless classics, this home is indeed one for the ages.” 

    Click here to see more photos of 99 Brighton Avenue.

    Tom Rohrer, Open Homes Photography


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    This California Vineyard Estate Owned by a Former Super Bowl Champ Can Be Yours for $7 Million

    A Paso Robles vineyard estate long owned by Terry and Jennifer Hoage has just popped up for sale. After a successful two-decade run, the couple have retired and closed the business; and now they’re offering the entire spread in the Willow Creek District for $7 million. The listing is held by Jenny Heinzen of Vineyard Professional Services.

    Resting amid California’s Central Coast, halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, the property housing the award-winning TH Estate Wines was previously known as Terry Hoage Wines. Records show the couple—he a former college and pro football player, and she an accomplished interior designer—paid $975,000 in summer 2002 for the 26-acre parcel, then subsequently began crafting Rhône varietals and Pinot Noir, having recently received their highest score of 98 points from Robert Parker Wine Advocate.

    Until their recent retirement, Terry and Jennifer Hoage handled all aspects of processing Syrah grapes into high-end wines.

    Brandon Stier

    Featured at the gated property is a three-bedroom, three-bath main home that serves as a licensed vacation rental, one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse with its own living area and kitchenette, and 1,000-square-foot multi-purpose workshop and studio with personal temperature-controlled wine storage. There’s also a 17.5-acre vineyard, plus 3,000 square feet of commercial space encompassing main and private tasting rooms, a lab space, an office, barrel storage and wine-making areas.

    As for the primary residence, the stucco and stacked-stone structure offers up a wealth of modern living space boasting rich Cumaru wood floors and a Lutron lighting system. Other standout features include a dining area and family room that connect on either side to a gourmet kitchen outfitted with custom cabinetry, white Macaubas quartzite countertops, a spacious eat-in island, top-tier Wolf appliances, a wine cooler and walk-in pantry.

    Licensed as a vacation rental, the main house features three en-suite bedrooms.

    Triston Ioppini

    Elsewhere is a primary bedroom featuring a walk-in closet and luxe bath; and outdoors, the picturesque grounds are laced with fruit and olive trees, and host a covered al fresco patio for sipping your favorite vintage alongside a fire-pit and barbecue area, heated saltwater pool and spa, bocce court and another fire-pit right next to a sustainable pond.

    And though the original brand and business have been dissolved and aren’t included in the sale, the property does come with the opportunity for the new owners to lease out the winery, start a legacy of their own by renaming the winery and continuing to cultivate the land, or use the building for another hobby or purpose.

    The winery operation is nestled alongside a fire-pit conversation area and sustainable pond.

    Triston Ioppini

    “Knowing that a book is only so long, we are now planning for a new chapter in our book of life,” the Hoageses said of their retirement. “We are extremely blessed to have both had two successful careers participating in exciting and invigorating endeavors. We have been fortunate to receive good press from wine critics, wonderful support from the Paso Robles community and spectacular club members that helped propel us on this journey.”

    The pair added that they hope the new owners “will have the great fortune that we experienced and be embraced by the community we have been deeply fortunate to be a part of the past 20 years.”

    An Iowa native, Hoage began his football career in 1980 at the University of Georgia, where he became a two-time All-American, earned a National Championship ring and was later inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. After being drafted by the New Orleans Saints in ’84, he went on to spend 13 seasons in the NFL on six different teams, winning a Super Bowl with the Washington Redskins (now Commanders) before retiring from the sport in ’97.

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    A West Hollywood Penthouse Just Sold for $24 Million, One of L.A.’s Biggest Condo Deals in Years

    8899 Beverly, one of L.A.’s most lavish new residential buildings, has been much in the news lately. Just days ago, actor Matt Damon paid $8.6 million for a two-bedroom pied-a-terre on the building’s fourth floor, one level below the new $9 million condo of Comcast CEO Brian Roberts.

    Now comes word that the development—completed in 2022, designed by prestigious architectural firm Olson Kundig, and reportedly the tallest residential building in West Hollywood—has scored one of SoCal’s highest-priced condo sales in years. On the building’s top floor, the so-called Penthouse East has sold for $24 million, among the most ever paid in a Los Angeles condo complex. The unit, equipped with unobstructed views of the city and mountains, offers four bedrooms and five bathrooms in just under 6,500 square feet of living space.

    Completed in 2022, 8899 Beverly sits in prime West Hollywood, just blocks from Beverly Hills.

    8899 Beverly

    For the record, the highest-priced condo sale in L.A. history was inked nearly 15 years ago, when Candy Spelling paid $35 million for her mansion-sized duplex penthouse at The Century building, though that penthouse sports more than 15,000 square feet of living space.

    People involved with the 8899 Beverly sale declined to disclose the buyer’s identity, but public records indicate the new owner is Tom Coates, a somewhat low-profile San Francisco businessman who is a managing director at Jackson Square Properties, a real estate firm that owns dozens of apartment complexes and mobile home communities in Northern and Southern California.

    Coates’s new residence is a treasure trove of bespoke details, featuring 14-foot ceilings with custom wood paneling and handcrafted design. Floor-to-ceiling imported walls of glass features panels that slide open at the touch of a button, blurring the line between indoors and out. And outside, a 2,000-square-foot wraparound terrace is clad in travertine imported from Italy. The open kitchen flaunts top-of-the-line cabinetry and appliances, and the unit has a separate entrance and “service corridor” for the owner’s staff members and vendors, per the listing.

    Inside, the unit offers open-plan living spaces, extensive wood paneling and unobstructed views.

    8899 Beverly

    The penthouse also includes HOA dues of $11,295 per month, which covers five-star lifestyle services including 24/7 concierge and valet services, a state-of-the-art gym and an outdoor swimming pool, spa, fireplaces and a kitchen. Also on the premises is Stella West Hollywood, a high-end Italian restaurant, and the development is walking distance from dozens of other restaurants and shops, plus a five-minute drive to Beverly Hills.

    The 8899 Beverly development includes 40 lavish condos with prices starting at about $5 million. On the building’s ground floor are also 15 affordable-housing rental residences, with monthly rental fees capped by market rates.

    Michelle Montany and Taaseen Qureshi of The Agency New Development held the listing; Mauricio Umansky of The Agency repped the buyer.

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    Inside a $3.3 Million One-Bedroom Condo in L.A.’s Famed Sierra Towers

    Sierra Towers, the 31-story condo skyscraper located at the bustling intersection of Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and the Sunset Strip’s western end, has been a favored celebrity haunt since its completion in the 1960s. But while the midcentury modern landmark normally sees little turnover, the building has seen a glut of luxury listings and sales over the past couple of years.

    Courteney Cox recently sold her Sierra Towers perch, as did Sandra Bullock. Katy Perry recently bought a double-wide penthouse, and there are at least four other units currently on the market. The newest of those, an 17th-floor pied-a-terre, popped up for sale just a few days ago.

    Since its inception in the 1960s, Sierra Towers has been an iconic part of L.A.’s skyline and a favored celebrity haunt.

    Evan Ramzi

    Once one of L.A.’s only high-end condo skyscrapers, Sierra Towers has faced strong competition in recent years from a vast array of newer and glitzier buildings. A common criticism of Sierra Towers is that while unit prices and HOA dues are sky-high, residents must make do with the building’s low midcentury ceilings and dated interiors. But this particular condo addresses at least one of those complaints with its all-new, ultra-chic interiors that bring a heaping dash of contemporary flavor to the premises.

    The petite unit’s current owner is Amir Ensani, a prolific investor in high-end L.A. condos and a luxury new development specialist currently spearheading sales at the exclusive Beverly West Residences. Records show Ensani acquired the one-bedroom, 1.5-bath unit back in early 2022, paying about $1.7 million, and subsequently spent much of the past two years giving the interiors a total overhaul. The 1,300-square-foot residence now includes a masterful blend of wood, glass and stone, a sultry combination further enhanced by its magnificent north-facing views.

    Now priced at nearly $3.3 million, the home’s stylish centerpiece is undoubtedly its eat-in kitchen, which flaunts striking marble countertops and backsplash. The large center island has bar seating, and there’s also a more formal dining area with birds-eye views of the Bird Streets neighborhood. Top-of-the-line Miele appliances are seamlessly integrated into warm-toned hardwood cabinetry.

    The primary bathroom is slathered in imported marble, and an oval freestanding tub takes visual center stage.

    Evan Ramzi

    Just off the open living/kitchen area, the cozy bedroom features wood paneling. A showroom closet with custom built-ins and decadent backlighting stands between the marble bathroom, which offers a freestanding tub and roomy shower with a rainfall showerhead. For convenience, the unit is also equipped with a powder room, also marble-swaddled and ideal for guests.

    The lucky new homeowner, whether it’s a well-to-do bachelor, bachelorette or child-free power couple, will enjoy the new and fully integrated sound system and floor-to-ceiling glass Fleetwood doors throughout, which provide panoramic vistas of the Hollywood Hills, the Sunset Strip and occasionally snowcapped San Gabriel Mountains.

    Building amenities include a communal outdoor pool on one of the lower floors, 24/7 concierge, valet parking, private security guards and a state-of-the-art fitness facility, per the listing. For those services—and more—a buyer can expect to cough up a hefty $2,319 per month in HOA dues.

    Tomer Fridman of the Jones Fridman International group at Compass holds the listing.

    Click here for more photos of Amir Ensani’s Sierra Towers condo.

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    Annie Leibovitz Lists a Century-Old Northern California Ranch For $9 Million

    Photographer Annie Leibovitz, whose work has appeared on the glossy pages of Rolling Stone and Vanity Fair for decades, is parting ways with her historic Northern California ranch, now on the market for $8.995 million.

    Leibovitz, who has shot everyone from Richard Nixon to Queen Elizabeth to John Lennon and Yoko Ono and regularly shoots covers of Vogue, purchased the incredible 65-acre ranch in 2019. Located in the famously reclusive seaside community of Bolinas, a favorite, under-the-radar Northern California hideaway for artists, Hollywood types, and the Silicon Valley set, the hilltop ranch dates back to the 1800s, when the first settlers of the area called the ranch home.

    Known today as The Hideaway, the ranch brims with creative history. Photographer Ansel Adams famously shot images here that were part of a traveling Smithsonian exhibit, and later on, Warren Hellman, businessman and founder of the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass music festival, lived here. 

    The kitchen remodel is in keeping with the relaxed charm of the coastal ranch property.

    Jacob Elliott

    The rural coastal retreat is located where the Pacific Ocean meets Mount Tamalpais, and there are stunning views of the Bolinas Lagoon, Stinson Beach, Mount Tamalpais, and San Francisco, which is just an hour away. Several of the ranch’s many structures date back to the 1920s and ‘30s, and a few date back to the original settlers. After purchasing the property in 2019, Leibovitz spent nearly $2 million on renovations, which saw the addition of a new kitchen and major upgrades to the infrastructure. Still, the home retains its unassuming farmhouse charm. 

    In total, there are seven structures, four of which comprise the residential portion of the compound. The remodeled 1920s main residence has four light-filled bedrooms, a charming updated kitchen, and quaint living spaces. There is also a one-bedroom guesthouse, a caretaker’s residence, and a converted garage. Elsewhere on the property, a dairy barn includes a recording studio that was added during Hellman’s ownership, while the remaining structures, a hay barn and a seven-stall horse barn, are dedicated to equestrian facilities. There’s also a 100-foot x 200-foot year-round riding arena, additional horse and livestock stalls, and fenced pastures. 

    “The Hideaway at 605 Horseshoe Hill Road stands as a historic property with generations of notable stewardship,” said Alexander Lurie, a listing agent with Compass, who is co-listing the property with Nick Svenson, in a press statement. “During Hellman’s ownership, the agrarian and equestrian wonderland served as a gathering for musicians of his time. The site of many special events, concerts, and weddings over more than a century, The Hideaway has an indelible place in history—both for the San Francisco Bay Area and globally. This special space has served as a launching pad of creative inspiration for renowned musical and visual artists of international repute.”

    Millions have been spent to update infrastructure as well as the ranch’s seven humble structures.

    Jacob Elliott

    In addition to panoramic water and mountain views, the ranch property is filled with rolling hills, verdant forest, lush pastures, and nearby bird and seal sanctuaries.

    Leibovitz, currently serving as the first IKEA Artist in Residence, has been much in the real estate news lately. Though she still owns an equestrian property in New York’s Hudson Valley, she sold a duplex apartment in a distinguished building on New York City’s Central Park West earlier this year for $10.6 million—more than $600,000 less than she paid about 10 years ago—and her 3,200-square-foot live-work studio overlooking the Hudson River in the West Village was put up for sale in January and is now in contract with an asking price of $8.5 million.

    Click here for more photos of The Hideaway.

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    After Two Years, Sofia Vergara Finally Unloads Her $13 Million Beverly Hills Estate

    After a long slog on the market, Sofia Vergara has finally succeeded in unloading her Beverly Hills white elephant. First listed in June 2022 with a nearly $20 million asking price, the 11,000-square-foot Mediterranean villa-style manor eventually saw its price tag slashed all the way down to $14 million. The new owners, who closed on the house yesterday, paid an even lower $13.7 million.

    For the moment, the discount-minded buyers remain nameless, but they are reportedly not famous. And of course, it is worth noting that $13.7 million is still a very large sum of money—and a hefty $3.1 million more than what Vergara herself paid for the house a decade ago.

    Though hidden behind gates and an enormous front hedge, Vergara’s just-sold home actually sits quite near to a fairly busy street in the Benedict Canyon area.

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    During her 10 years of ownership, Vergara gave the 2006-built structure a contemporary interior makeover overseen by designer Jennifer Bevan. Hidden behind gates and a notably overgrown hedge, the creamy beige house is described in the listing as  “refined and romantic,” and features seven bedrooms, all of them outfitted with ensuite full bathrooms.

    Inside, highlights include a double-height foyer displaying a striking curving staircase, which flows to formal living and dining rooms. The family room has French doors opening to the outside, and adjoins a sleekly designed gourmet kitchen outfitted with a large center island, high-end Viking appliances and a breakfast nook.

    The bedrooms include an upper-level primary retreat sporting dual closets and spa-inspired baths, while the lower level is primed for entertaining with a substantial wet bar, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar and tasting room, a 10-seat movie theater and a gym with its own sauna. Outdoors, the steeply sloped backyard isn’t especially huge, but it does contain a lovely grassy lawn, privacy hedges and mature trees. There’s also a swimming pool and several areas dedicated to al fresco lounging and dining.

    Vergara, who shared this house with former husband Joe Manganiello, long ago moved to a 17,000-square-foot mansion just up the hill, in the guard-gated community of Beverly Park. She acquired that place—essentially a much larger and grander version of this house—back in 2020, paying $26 million.

    The Colombian-born actress and model—probably best known for her 11-season run as Gloria on the TV series Modern Family—ranked as the highest-paid television actress for many years. Today, her personal net worth stands at a reported $180 million. More