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The Real Estalker – Jack Osbourne Flips Out in Los Feliz

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

SELLER: Jack Osbourne
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $ 2,998,000
SIZE: 4,810 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

YOUR MAMAS NOTES: He only bought it (about) 2.5 years ago, in December 2011, for $ 2,820,000, but rock ‘n’ roll scion and reality t.v. denizen Jack Osbourne (Haunted Highway, Dancing With The Stars, I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! NOW!) flipped his house in L.A.’s Los Feliz area back on the open market yesterday with an asking price of $ 2.998 million. Current listing details show the gated and thoroughly renovated 1926 Spanish wraps itself around three sides of a central courtyard and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms in 4,810 square feet.*

A double-height entrance hall with vintage tile floors and a wrought iron railed staircase leads into a generously proportioned “formal” living room with chunky chimney breast with carved stone (or possibly poured concrete) mantelpiece. There are medium-toned hardwood floors underfoot and a muscular exposed wood ceiling with heavy duty trusses. The nearby formal dining room, where there’s a framed Union Jack on the wall, looks a wee compact for a house of this size but does connect conveniently through a pair of arched doorways directly into a very large and well-equipped center island kitchen.

The kitchen’s walls appear to be covered entirely in white subway tiles—which we love love love, the counter tops are a mix of black and white slab marble and the appliances high grade and commercial style. In addition to a two-stool snack counter at the double-wide center island there’s a built-in banquette for casual meals tucked up into the corner.

A wide archway in the kitchen leads through to a library/family room furnished with little more than an intricately patterned rug, a plush, navy blue section sofa, and a metallic coffee table we’d give our pinky toe to own. There are heavy wood beams across the ceiling and full wall, floor-to-ceiling with built-in book shelves nicely lined with actual books. Another and also wide archway smack in the center of the book shelf wall connects through to a home office (or something) that opens to a rear terrace.

There are two en suite guest and family bedrooms on the upper floor plus a roomy master suite with vintage-style bathroom and several sets of French doors that open to a slender veranda that overlooks the central courtyard. A separate and self-contained but attached guest house accessible via exterior staircase above the street-facing garage has wood floors, a vaulted and beamed ceiling, and a small but complete kitchen with two-burner stove top and under-counter refrigerator.

In addition to the multi-level central courtyard with fountain like plunge pool there’s a good-sized red brick terrace out the back of the house with an all stainless steel outdoor kitchen.

At the time Mister Osbourne and his then preggers fiancée and now wife, Lisa Stelly, purchased their Los Feliz residence word on the international real estate street was that he also owned a modest one bedroom apartment in London’s Marylebone area that he on the market for £610,000. (We don’t know the status of that apartment so don’t bother asking. However, if one of the children in the U.K. know, please do let us know and we’ll amend our discussion.)

*Inexplicably—at least we can’t explain it—listing details from the time of Mister Osbourne’s purchase shows the house has four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms in 4,074 square feet.

listing photos: Hilton & Hyland
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The Real Estalker – René Echevarria Lists Vince Vaughn’s Former House in Los Feliz

Sunday, April 6th, 2014

SELLER: René Echevarria
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $ 4,200,000
SIZE: 3,587 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3 full and 2 half bathrooms

YOUR MAMAS NOTES: A well-connected celebrity real estate birdie landed on Your Mama’s window sill this weekend to let us know that Emmy-nominated television writer and producer René Echevarria* listed his house in L.A. celebrity-approved Los Feliz area with an asking price of $ 4.2 million.

Property records show Mister Echevarria purchased the property in the coveted Oaks area of Los Feliz in August 2005 for $ 4,050,000. The seller was Vince Vaughn who, as far as Your Mama tell, purchased the property way back in early 1999 for $ 1.575 million.*

Current digital marketing materials show the two-plus story, 1930s-era Mediterranean main house has four bedrooms and three full and two half bathrooms in 3,587 square feet with additional living space in a detached guest house out back by the swimming pool. The property comprises two (as per the L.A. County Tax Man) or three (as per listing details) parcels—one vacant and undeveloped—that combined come to almost three quarters of an acre.

Not entirely hidden but behind gates and set well above the bucolic street. The main entrance is inconveniently around the side and up a long flight of stairs from the compact motor court and two-car garage. The front door opens to a bi-level, double height foyer with terra cotta tile floors and exposed wood ceilings.

Wide tile steps lead down to a roomy formal living room with wood floors, a high ceiling with rough hewn wood beams and, across from a tile-accented kiva-style fireplace set between over-sized windows with wrought iron grillwork, a generous bank of wood-framed glass doors to open spacious dining terrace fearlessly painted an imaginative shade of vermilion.

There are lower ceilings but more of those delicious, rough-hewn wood beams on the ceiling in the elegantly proportioned formal dining room and the wood flooring switches to an appropriate—if not exactly exciting—terra cotta tile in the expensively equipped—if kinda small and snoozy—eat-in kitchen. Wood-framed glass doors similar to those in the living room link the kitchen to a flag-stone paved terrace that spreads out to surround the swimming pool.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms including a master suite with dressing area and attached bathroom with vintage-type tile work and updated with modern features such as a glass-enclosed steam shower with built-in bench. At least two of the three other guest/family bedrooms have direct access to a private terraces shaded by awnings that may or may not be the exact shade of vermilion as the terrace off the formal living room.

Off the kitchen a trellis-shaded dining terrace has an outdoor kitchen with built-in barbecue and overlooks a vaguely kidney shaped swimming pool with and attached spa. Beyond the swimming pool there’s a self-contained guest/pool house with bathroom and kitchenette and tucked back in a quiet and verdant corner of the ground there’s an open air pavilion with wrought iron railings and a inlaid terra cotta tile floors.

Mister Echevarria and his missus, Analisa, appear to have left Los Feliz for the affluent Agoura Hills community, about 35 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles, where property records indicate they recently shelled out $ 1,783,405 for a spacious if nondescript, 5,348 square foot mock-Med with five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.

*Since the late 1990s Mister Echevarria has carved a lucrative niche in Hollywood writing and producing sci-fi series, mostly for the small screen. His credits include but are not limited to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star: Trek The Next Generation, Dark Angel, Medium, Castle and Teen Wolf). Both of Mister Echevarria’s Emmy nominations were for The 4400, a 2004 t.v. mini-series Your Mama has neither seen nor head of before. But anyways…

**As a brief aside…Mister Vaughn has been a regular in all the celebrity real estate gossip columns over the last several year or so. Early in 2013 he de-listed his titanic triplex penthouse pad atop the Palmolive building in Chicago (IL). In April (2013) he and his Canadian (former) real estate agent missus, Kyla Weber, splashed out almost four million bucks for a Beaver Cleaver-style center hall Colonial the in a well-to-do L.A. suburb—that would be La Cañada-Flintridge—and then just a few weeks ago, the couple shelled out another $ 6.447 million for a 7,000+ square foot quasi-Craftsman-style house in Manhattan Beach (CA).

listing photos (Los Angeles): Keller Williams
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The Real Estalker – Charlie Day Buys in Los Feliz and Lists in Silver Lake

Friday, February 21st, 2014

SELLER: Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $ 799,000
SIZE: 1,467 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

YOUR MAMAS NOTES: Now that married actors Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis have settled into the six and half million dollar house in the celeb-saturated foothills of Los Feliz in Los Angeles that they surreptitiously purchased late last year—more on that in a minute—they’ve hoisted their much more modest starter home in the hipster haven of Silver Lake on the market with an asking price of $ 799,000.

Miz Day, 38, has been shaking his Tinseltown money maker since the early Aughts. The music-minded actor quickly landed a recurring role on the (long ago canceled) police procedural Third Watch and in 2005 he hit Showbiz pay dirt when he created the long-running and lucratively syndicated sitcom It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In addition to writing, producing and co-starring in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Mister Day also starred in the successful silver screen comedy Horrible Bosses and the money minting sci-fi action flick Pacific Rim. He voiced one of the main characters for the international superhit animated movie Monsters University and, in 2011 and 2012, he produced unsuccessful single seasons of a sitcom (How to Be a Gentleman) and an animated comedy (Unsupervised).

Mister Day met his missus, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, in New York in 2001 and in 2004 the then-dating couple played incestuous siblings on the high-larious (and cancelled) Reno 911. They married in 2006 and in 2011 they made a baby. Mavel tov! Along the way Miz Ellis popped up in brief roles in a bevy of television programs (Perfect Couples, Georgia, Happy Endings and Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and has maintained recurring roles in New Girl and her own hubby’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Anyways, property records show Mister Day and Miz Ellis purchased their Silver Lake starter home as an unmarried couple in June 2004 for $ 660,000. Current listing information shows the tree-house like hillside residence was originally built in 1951 and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,467 of lightly updated but well maintained square feet.

Even—and perhaps especially—in Los Angeles it’s quite desirable to have a protected, off-street spot or two to park one’s four wheeled mode of personal transport. However, butter beans, anyone with eyeballs can plainly see the bus shelter-like structure with the cantilevered roof that was designed and—ahem—erected to solve that issue at the front of the Day-Ellis residence was, to put it mildly, ill-conceived. Thankfully a smart architect can fix that problem quickly, if expensively, with a more appropriate and less offensive design.

Anyways, once past the bus shelter/car port it’s an awkward half flight down to the front door. Inside there are restored (or, at least, refreshed) hardwood floors throughout the main living spaces including in the living room with where there’s also a wood-burning fireplace and an entire wall of sliding glass doors that open to a sheltered deck with through-the-trees canyon view.

The kitchen, accessible directly from the living room or through the compact formal dining room, has what appears to be original cabinetry painted olive and set off by winter white solid surface counter tops. The stainless steel appliances are adequate quality and, over the sink, we spy an Old School jalousie window. Call us crazy—and Lord knows we’ve been called far worse—but Your Mama feels a jalousie window over the kitchen sink. An aggressively utilitarian door—fitted with a cat door—conveniently links the kitchen to a roomy, tree-shaded deck perfect for early morning yoga and afternoon barbecues.

Two guest/family bedrooms—one with direct access to a dining deck through sliding glass doors—share a small hall bathroom with vintage, baby blue tile work in the tub/shower combination. It’s decidedly outdated but it all looks in remarkably good condition. The master suite isn’t especially large but it does have a canyon view bedroom, a separate dressing room, and an updated and upgraded bathroom with two sinks set into a floating cabinet and a tile-lined combination tub and shower.

Presumably the couple have already moved into the much larger and more expensive house in the Los Feliz area which, according to real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak (and confirmed by Manny Motormouth), they quietly acquired in an off-market deal in November 2013 for $ 6,525,000. Our research and resources show they bought the 5,610 square foot house, with five bedrooms and six bathroom on on a nearly three-quarter acre city view lot, from recently ousted Universal Pictures honcho Adam Fogelson.* Some of their nearby neighbors include Zac Efron, Adam Goldberg, Go-Gos’ Siobhan Fahey of the Go-Gos, Evanescence’s Ben Moody, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and Alexander Skarsgård not to mention the house that Constance Zimmer just sold for fifty grand more than its $ 1,175,000 asking price.

*Mister Fogelson, for those who like to dig a little deeper, went on to drop $ 5.15 million for a 7,616 square foot fixer-upper abode on a very private and gated 1.4 acre parcel in Toluca Lake. 

listing photos: Figure 8 Realty
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The Real Estalker – George Lopez Buys in Los Feliz

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

BUYER: George Lopez
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $ 2,675,000
SIZE: 4,100 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms

YOUR MAMAS NOTES: The deal went down last September (2013) but Your Mama didn’t hear about it until this last weekend when real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak let the celebrity real estate cat out of the bag—and good ol’ Lucy Spillerguts quickly seconded the motion—that actor/comedian George Lopez dropped $ 2,675,000 for a 1920s Mediterranean in the celebrity approved foothills of L.A.’s Los Feliz area.

In addition to his high-octane stand up comedy—much of which deals with the Latino experience in the U.S.—Mister Lopez has a long list of Tinseltown credits. In the early- to mid-Aughts he starred in an eponymous sitcom (George Lopez) and, after that was cancelled, he hosted a short-lived late night talk show (Lopez Tonight). He’s been in a bunch of movies and television programs—most of which we’ve never heard of before, voiced a Chihuahua in the Beverly Hills Chihuahua movie franchise and a Toucan in the animated movie Rio, and he’s currently in production on a new (and not yet airing) sitcom called Saint George.

Digital marketing materials Your Mama dug up online show the walled and gated residence sits on almost one-third of an acre with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in approximately 4,100 square feet. The interiors retain some of its original detailing (coved ceilings, wood floors, wrought iron railings, multi-paned windows and French doors, etc.) but the kitchen and at least some of the bathrooms have been done over in the most banal if expensive manner in mono tonal assortment of beige, sand and brown.

The front door opens to a small but voluminous double-height foyer with questionable (but workable) black marble tile flooring and a tightly curled curved staircase with wood treads and black marble risers. Straight ahead is a spacious step down living room with narrow gauge hardwood floors, a fireplace with carved stone mantelpiece, rustic exposed wood beams on the ceiling, and large windows and French doors on three sides that fill the room with direct and ambient light.

The roomy formal dining room sits a couple steps up from the foyer and also has wood floors and a full wall of French doors that open to a pergola-shaded terrace that overlooks the swimming pool. A den offers up a second fireplace—this one with a less impressive stained wood mantelpiece and surmounted by a large flat screen television—and a built-in wet bar set between inset arches with glass display shelves.

The eat-in kitchen is commodious enough and certainly well equipped with the usual collection of of higher-grade appliances including a six burner range plus double ovens and two dishwashers but is also a tone on tone study in brown and beige. There are two center work islands (when Your Mama thinks one big one would have been a much better solution) as well as a long and slender breakfast area with track lighting and French doors that open to a barbecue terrace.

There’s a separate mud/laundry room with built-in cabinets (that matches the kitchen cabinetry) and a spare fridge/freezer and, somewhere up in there, listing photos depict one of the more ticky-tacky wine cellar and—ahem—tasting room Your Mama has ever had the misfortune to lay our jaded real estate eyes upon and we can only hope and pray that Mister Lopez had (or has) the finances and good sense to call in a nice gay or lady decorator to work that hot mess out.

A main floor guest/family/staff bedroom has an attached (or nearby) bathroom and two more bedrooms on the upper floor share a vintage (or vintage inspired) hall bathroom. The master suite, also on the upper floor, has an adjoining office, balcony access through French doors, a pair of walk-in closets, an oppressively beige (if luxuriously outfitted) bathroom with double sinks, spa tub and separate, over-sized steam shower.

The aforementioned pergola shaded dining terrace off the living and dining rooms steps down through terraced planters to an kidney-shaped swimming pool and attached spa surrounded by brick and concrete terracing and shielded from the prying eyes of neighbors but a thick and tall wall of foliage.

Previous to purchasing his new(ish) home in Los Feliz, Mister Lopez lived with his wife and daughter in a walled and gated five bedroom and five bathroom Spanish-style house in the affluent (and star-studded) Toluca Lake nabe. Property records show they purchased the place in May 2004 for $ 2,495,000 and that he deeded the residence over to his ex-wife, Ann, shortly after their divorce was finalized in mid-2011. (Some might say giving her the house was the least he could do since, in 2005, she gave him one of her kidneys. Anyhoo…) In March 2004 the former couple coughed up $ 3,050,000 for a four bedroom and 5.5 bathroom 1920s Mediterranean just above the famed 17 Mile Drive in Pebble Beach, CA, (above) that property records reveal was quietly sold off at at a spine-tingling loss in September 2012 for $ 2.6 million.

listing photos (Los Angeles): Charmaine David for Sotheby’s International Realty
listing photo (Pebble Beach): Carmel Realty Company
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Curbed – Comment of the Day: “So… Echo Park and Los Feliz…

Friday, February 7th, 2014

“So… Echo Park and Los Feliz are still the eastside so that is cool! Silver Lake is so trendy and non-conformist.” —BlackReservoir [BREAKING: Silver Lake Votes to Renounce the Eastside!]

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Curbed – Weekend Open House: Magical Los Feliz French Norman with Its Own Catarium

Sunday, January 19th, 2014

Open House: Sunday, January 19, 2014 between 1 PM – 4 PM

3827 Carnavon Way, Los Feliz
Price: $ 1,685,000
Beds, Bath: 3 beds, 2.5 baths
Floor Area: 2,455 sq. ft.
Per the Listing: “HALLMARK AND HISTORY. A rare opportunity to own a pristine & airy French Norman in the prime Los Feliz Hills. Elegantly preserved and updated Architectural Masterpiece with rare form and functionality throughout. Sweeping VIEWS. Emotional Grand Living Room, detailed archways, handcrafted plaster frescos, mahogany peg and groove floors. Luxurious and tasteful Baths. A sanctuary for all living things, awe-inspiring attention to your pet’s well-being; Dog doors, runs, Catarium and charming Custom Cat climbing sculpture. Exceptional indoor-outdoor entertaining flow; mature lush gardens, spa, wisteria blooming pergola, cascading fountain and waterfall, vegetable garden. 3bd/2.5bth. Designed and built by F. Scott Crowhurst. 1934.”

Kinda gorgeous, eh? This lovely home, as mentioned, was designed by F. Scott Crowhurst who is also behind the design of the Walt Disney Estate on Woking Way that Curbed featured previously. The home last sold in 2008 for $ 1.585 million. We’re expecting a bidding war on this one.

· 3827 Carnavon Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027 [Redfin]

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The Real Estalker – Maggie Lawson Lists Eco-Friendly Los Feliz Home

Saturday, January 18th, 2014

SELLER: Maggie Lawson (and James Roday)
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $ 2,200,000
SIZE: 2,892 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms

YOUR MAMAS NOTES: Although they haven’t married, made a baby or split up—at least not that Your Mama knows—long-romantically involved boob-toob co-stars Maggie Lawson and James Roday have none-the-less put their contemporary, eco-conscious residence in L.A.’s leafy and star studded Oaks nabe in Los Feliz with an asking price of $ 2,200,000.*

She may not be a tabloid staple or household name in the vein of, say, newly-married movie star Christina Ricci—who, as it turns out, re-listed her house in The Oaks this week with an asking price of $ 1,695,000—but Miz Lawson’s still got a reasonably long list of Tinseltown credits going back to the mid-1990s when, at just 17 years old, the native Kentuckian scored a recurring role on the sitcom Happily Ever After. She later popped up on Party of Five, Inside Schwartz and It’s All Relative before she landed her starring and to date seminal role on the detective-comedy Psych, currently in its 8th (and possibly final) season.

Since 2006 Miz Lawson has been romantically entangled with her frat-ishly handsome and usually scruffy-chinned, Psych co-star James Roday. According to Your Mama’s research on the internets, Mister Roday honed his craft for the stage in New York City and, in addition to shaking his money maker on the cable tee-vee, scratches his thespian itch as the co-founder and co-artistic director of the Red Dog Squadron theater company in Los Angeles. In 2012 Mister Roday (and a partner) purchased the venerable, two-stage El Centro theater in Hollywood, just north of Larchmont Village.

Record show the property was purchased by Miz Lawson in August 2011 for $ 1,775,000; Only her name appears on the deeds and other publicly available documentation associated with the property but, for our purposes today, we’re just going to assume the couple cohabitates. Current listing details show the modern-minded two-story house sits behind a tall and thick bamboo hedge and has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in 2,892 square feet of recently refreshed interior space. The house was originally built in 1953 but was, prior to Miz Lawson’s purchased, reworked and expanded to its current size and configuration.

A quick comparison of current listing photos with those from the time of Miz Lawson’s purchase show she, presumably with Mister Roday’s input, stripped the interiors of most (but not all) of its faux-rustic/modern organic detailing—i.e. wood paneling in the den and wood trim work around windows and doors, and completely transformed the up-sloping backyard with a series of terraces, a solar-heated swimming pool and spa, and a snazzy lighting system that at night bathes the backyard in yellow, blue, and purple light.

There are white wood floors throughout the open-concept main living area that includes an entry hallway with built-in cabinetry for shoes and scarves (and whatever); a fairly casual and comfortably furnished “formal” living room with soaring vaulted ceiling and a monolithic concrete fireplace that pretty much extends the width of the room; and an adjoining, sky-lit tee-vee den custom-fitted with a massive glass wall that slides open to completely expose the room to the backyard.

The also sky-lit dining room next door has an indentation in the back wall fitted with a funky but functional wall-mounted buffet/booze bottle storage apparatus and, on the opposite wall, a three-stool snack bar and a window pass-through to the den.

The dining room opens on one end through glass doors to backyard and on the other to an also sky-lit kitchen with glossy white flat-fronted cabinetry topped with counters the exact color of concrete. There are open shelves fashioned from rough-hewn wood planks, a super-cute built-in dog feeding station under one of the two huge windows, and top-grade commercial-style appliances that include a built-in wine fridge, a built-in coffee maker, and a glass-fronted fridge-freezer that—swear to God, butter beans—retails for around $ 16,000.

There are two reasonably sized but hardly huge guest/family bedrooms on the main floor. One opens to the pool and both share a spacious if vexingly tiled hall bathroom. (There are mottled pinky-beige tiles on the floor, chocolate brown tiles in the otherwise glassed-in shower, and (downright mortifying) flesh-toned tiles on the vanity counter top and around the vintage, buff-colored tub. Anyways…)

A a barely noticeable stairway next to the front door leads up to a tiny landing. On the right there’s a long but narrow bedroom with a quirkily-tiled attached bathroom. (Given it’s size and proximity to the master suite Your Mama imagines the room might best be utilized as a meditation space, home office, work out room—as Miz Lawson had it set up—or, for those so inclined, an S/M dungeon.) To the left, a short hall lined is with closets on one side and sliding glass doors on the other that open to a small balcony. The master bedroom itself it large enough to accommodate a sitting area and has clerestory windows and a voluminous wood-paneled vaulted ceiling. The attached master bathroom isn’t particularly big—and it is tiled with an odd and chunky-looking if not entirely unappealing mustard colored glass tile—but it is reasonably well-equipped with two two sinks mounted on a wooden counter, a separate soaking tub and shower, and a semi-private cubby for the crapper.

The newly re-worked backyard features a semi-sunken lounge area next to the swim-jet equipped swimming pool and spa. A long concrete flight of stairs up the middle and a puzzle-like series of smooth concrete retaining walls and flat terraces laid with low maintenance and water saving faux-grass step up the hillside to the uppermost level. Listing photos show there’s a hammock on the top shelf and, quite honestly, Your Mama wouldn’t mind curling up there on a warm, breezy afternoon or two with Haruki Murakami’s magnificently epic 1Q84. But we digress…

Other features of note include earth-friendly faux grass, a camera-equipped security system, wiring for sound inside and outside, an attached two-car garage with direct entry, a roomy laundry room discretely tucked behind the kitchen along with a discreetly placed powder pooper.

We don’t find any (easily accessible) evidence that Miz Lawson and/or Mister Roday own in Los Angeles although we did discover that in January 2012 Miz Lawson sold a modest bungalow in an area of Los Angeles marked “Terhangeles” on Bing’s mapping system for $ 805,000; She purchased the 1200-ish square foot house inDecember 2003 for $ 694,500.

Mister Roday, as per Property Shark, owns a 1,138 square foot one bedroom and two bathroom apartment at the Jade building in New York City’s ever-more-trendy and expensive Flatiron District that he picked up in January 2008 for $ 580,000. As it turns out this isn’t the only apartment Mister Roday has owned in the slick and chi-chi building; Its interiors were famously designed by Mick and and Bianca Jagger’s jet-setting jewelry designer daughter Jade. In February 2009 Mister Roday shelled ouyt $ 1,191,000 fone bedroom and two bathroom unit on the ninth floor that he sold in September 2012 for $ 1,270,000.

*Besides inexplicable capriciousness, financial concerns, and a myriad of other possible explanations, three of the top reasons rich and/or famous people sell one perfectly good house and buy another (usually larger and more expensive) house is because they’ve married, divorced or made a baby.

listing photos and floor plan: Nourmand and Associates
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