With three very different types of listings, several newly renovated celebrity homes have entered the market with price tags ranging from just under 2 million to upwards of 30 million dollars.
The Infamous Comedy Store “crash pad” home lists for $3.29M
This 1925 Spanish-Colonial style home was once a landing pad for well-known comics after they completed their iconic sets at the Comedy Store. The home is situated above the Sunset Strip, with scenic views to match the homes rich history. The recently remodeled four-bedroom, four-bath house features vaulted ceilings and a retreat style backyard. The homes reputation might warrant some raised eyebrows, with many stories of drugs and parties that lasted until dawn. Some of the guests that have crashed in the historic home include Willie Nelson, Robin Williams and Rod Stewart, just to name a few. Before being listed, the kitchen and bathrooms were completely remodeled, an expansive walk in closet was added and dark wood floors were refinished throughout. There is a 1,500 square foot, lower level complete with high ceilings that would make an excellent office or gym.
Jared Leto lists ‘Mini-Estate’ for $1.9M
Famed actor Jared Leto has listed one of his Southern California homes in the Cahuenga Pass neighborhood. The “Mini-Estate” was built in the 1950s, and was purchased by the musician and actor in 2006. The stately features of the home include total seclusion from the street, two stories of living space, four bedrooms and a total of 4,000 square feet. Dark brown hardwood floors complement the white interiors and the family room includes a wet bar and adjoining music studio. The backyard features a pool and spa, outdoor grilling station, and fire pit, all of which is surrounded by mature trees that provide additional privacy. The home was purchased for $1.65 million and enters the market for $1.999 million.
Elvis Presley’s former Beverly Hills home re-enters the market for $30M
The former Beverly Hills home of Elvis and Priscilla Presley has been re-listed after a two-year hiatus from the market. The home has been the center of its fair share of drama since 2012, when it was placed on the market for the first time in almost 20 years. The founder of the Hard Rock Café purchased the home for $9.8 million, and immediately after the purchase the rumor mill began turning and talk of the home’s demise soon ensued. The talk on the town was that the home was to be bulldozed in favor of a redevelopment project. Now that the controversy has settled, the home enters the market with a number of upgrades. New flooring, paint and a kitchen update are just the beginning of the renovations the home has undergone. From the outside the house maintains the same charm as it did when owned by the Presley’s.
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