From baseball stars to music legends, several interesting new homes have recently been put on the market in Southern California. Here is a look at just a few of the options.
Mo Ostin’s Los Angeles Mansion
Musician Mo Ostin, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003 has placed his seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom Los Angeles home on the market. Best known for working with everyone from Frank Sinatra to the Beach Boys, the now-retired former CEO of Warner Bros. Records is asking $19 million for the home.
Resting on three acres of land, the gated home features an entry hall with soaring ceilings, a chef’s kitchen, a formal living room and a master suite with two bathrooms and gigantic walk-in closets. The suite also boasts an office while the home itself features four additional bedroom suites and another two bedrooms for live-in staff. Other features include an elegant swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen and a landscape boasting mature trees.
Tony Hale’s Los Feliz Home
Actor Tony Hale has put his Los Feliz home up for sale with an asking price of $1.799 million. Boasting four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,226 square feet of space, the home is situated near the eastern boarder of the affluent community. Nestled behind a high hedge, the home features a symmetrical and partly clapboard-sided front facade with a lemon yellow door. The home itself features formal living and dining rooms boasting bay windows overlooking the yard as well as a breakfast nook and a galley kitchen featuring eggshell toned cabinetry.
Two of the home’s bedrooms are located on the upper floor, where they share a hall bathroom. The master bedroom features a balcony as well as an attached bathroom boasting a vintage-style two-sink console vanity. An additional bedroom and bathroom are located downstairs. The home also features a detached two-car garage that can be accessed from the alleyway behind the property. The 1930s bi-level Colonial home was last sold in September 2005 for $1.35 million.
Albert Pujols’s Irvine Home
Three-time MVP of the Los Angeles Angels has put his 9,239-square-foot Mediterranean-style home on the market for $7.75 million. Featuring a basement complete with a bar, wine cellar, game space and movie theater with four flat-screens and a nearby pool table, the home boasts multiple fireplaces, a dining room, a huge open-plan kitchen, five full bathrooms and a number of chandeliers. The property features a swimming pool, a stone slab courtyard, a garden area, a spa and a hammock offering views of the surrounding Shady Canyon community.
Built by California architect John Henderson in 2010, the three-level, five-bedroom home sold for $5.5 million in 2012.
Frank Zappa’s Kickstarter Home
Musician Frank Zappa’s Los Angeles home has been put up for sale on Kickstarter, with the funds from the sale of the home earmarked to go toward a film about Zappa’s life. The film will be based off of the media files that filmmaker and actor Alex Winter found in the basement of the home. Zappa’s surviving family has agreed to sell the home for $9 million with an undisclosed amount going toward helping Winter with the documentary. The 8,000-square-foot home has a rooftop tennis court, a guest cottage and a swimming pool.
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