Once owned by classic film star, Oscar Levant, now rebuilt by real estate tycoon, Nick Valentino, this impressive home is reminiscent of the French mansions in the South of France from the 1920s. The gated entryway provides privacy while also giving this house gorgeous curb appeal.
The kitchen must be amazing in this 6025 square foot home in Beverly Hills. Purchased for $3.75 million dollars, the celebrity chef has put the home on the market for $8.495 million. Complete with pool side dining areas and lush gardens, this home is ideal for those who like to entertain along with those who like their privacy. Indoors the property boasts an impressive stone fireplace and five bedroom along with living spaces such as a library and dining room. The complete story can be read at The LA Times.
This former baseball player is known for his controversial involvement in a government investigation where he lied about taking steroids. Barry Bonds sold this opulent and expansive home for a cheap $22 million. The property has over 17,000 square feet of living space which is sitting on 1.85 acres of beautiful, Beverly Hills real estate. Made for entertaining, the home has seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. To see over a dozen photos of this incredible house, visit Celebrity House Pictures.
This iconic home was used in the movie The Godfather and was a vacation spot for John F. Kennedy and his wife who spent their honeymoon here. For more photos and information about this amazing Beverly Hills home, check out Ealuxe.
While most people think that Candy Spelling’s Beverly Hills mansion is the most expensive house of all time, it never actually sold for the 150 million that she put it on the market for. Find the top expensive homes on Celebrity Net Worth dot com.