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Inside Gwen Stefani’s Kelly Wearstler-Designed Estate
Inside Gwen Stefani’s Kelly Wearstler-Designed Estate
sweet escape, indeed. Tucked behind a guard gated entry in the exclusive community “The Summit” and with a second gate leading to a 250-foot private driveway, this bold architectural boasts an enviable location on a ridge overlooking Beverly Hills and Studio City. It’s also the reported home of Gwen Stefani, which was recently listed for sale at
This Stunning Spanish-Style Villa Was Once Home to a Rocker and Dracula
This Stunning Spanish-Style Villa Was Once Home to a Rocker and Dracula
One might expect the home of Dracula to be rather dark and spooky – but prepare to be surprised. Rocker turned home designer & builder, Tony Clearwater, recently listed his stunning Spanish-style LA home, which once was home to the original Dracula, Bela Lugosi. After a 3-year meticulous renovation, Clearwater has created a modern masterpiece
Robin Williams’ Napa Valley Estate Sells for $18 Million
Robin Williams’ Napa Valley Estate Sells for $18 Million
Villa Sorriso, the Napa Valley estate of the beloved late comedian Robin Williams, has sold for $18.1 million. Represented by Joyce Rey of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Beverly Hills and Cyd Greer of Coldwell Banker Brokers of the Valley, the roughly 650-acre estate set in the Mayacamas Mountains was custom built for Williams in the early 2000s and features an approximately 20,000
Home of the Week: Beverly Hills Celebrity Compound
Home of the Week: Beverly Hills Celebrity Compound
Our imagination is always intrigued when we come across a new Beverly Hills compound for sale, as we can only dream of the magical wonders that lie beyond the gate. You may not find the city of Oz at the end of this brick road, but you will locate wondrous adventure when you reach the
Home of the Week: Mid-Century Magic
Home of the Week: Mid-Century Magic
“Do people find houses? Or is it sometimes the other way around?” wondered writer Guy Trebay in an Architectural Digest article he penned about hotelier Jeff Klein’s 1951 cottage above the Sunset Strip. The answer, if met truthfully, was a little bit of both. Klein and his film producer husband John Goldwyn purchased the John Elgin Woolf-designed property