Nov. 12, 2012 at 12:55 PM ET
This week in celeb real estate circles, Leonardo DiCaprio’s Malibu home went from being for rent to being for sale, David Hasselhoff’s home was listed on the market, and Sharon Stone snagged a buyer for her place.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s home now a for-sale listing
Leonardo DiCaprio has decided he's had enough of trying to rent out his Malibu place: He wants it out of his hands once and for all.
The actor first listed his home at 23736 Malibu Colony Rd, Malibu, CA 90265 for $75,000 a month in May. The A-lister didn't seem to get any grabs, and the Malibu rental was listed all summer. Now the home has jumped to the for-sale side, with a price tag of $23 million.
The property holds two homes: The main house is 4 bedrooms and faces the ocean, and a side, detached guest house has an additional 2 bedrooms. DiCaprio owns another home in Malibu, but he spends most his time in New York, where he purchased a new eco-friendly Battery Park penthouse in Manhattan.
David Hasselhoff’s longtime residence listed for $3.795 million
David Hasselhoff has listed his longtime home for sale, and no, it's not a beachside Malibu home. Rather, Hasselhoff's place is in the hills of Encino, about 30 miles from Malibu.
The muscled and former red shorts-wearing "Baywatch" and "Knight Rider" actor and singer bought the home in 1996 for $1.98 million, according to property records. The home is currently listed for $3.795 million.
Situated behind a long, canopied and gated driveway, Hasselhoff's home is located at 5180 Louise Ave, Encino, CA 91316. The colonial-style estate sits on a nearly 1.5-acre lot with pool, spa and two 1-bed, 1-bath guesthouses.
Inside, the 1988-built home has a 8,947-square-foot floor plan with vaulted ceilings and formal living spaces, 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. A "pub" in the home serves as a Hasselhoff homage of sorts; the walls are covered with awards, photos and "Baywatch" memorabilia.
Sharon Stone sells Beverly Hills home
If there was an award show for celebrity real estate transactions, Sharon Stone would likely snag a nomination or two. The A-list actress has a penchant for real estate and has bought, fixed up and then sold a number of properties throughout the years.
Stone’s house was listed at a loss. According to the L.A. Times, Stone bought the 7-bedroom, 8.5-bath home in 2006 for $10.995 million. The Beverly Glen home was first listed in 2006 for $12.5 million, then dropped down to $8.995 million by 2009. According to The Real Estalker blog, the final sale price is $6.575 million.
Built in 1991, the home at 2201 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills CA 90210 sits on 4.85 acres at the end of a private road. The property includes a large motor court with covered parking for 14 vehicles, lush landscaping and winding pathways over bridges, as well as waterfalls, a fruit tree grove, meditation garden and tennis court.
This wasn’t Stone’s only home in Beverly Hills; she owns another property that she picked up in 1995 for $3.2 million.
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