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Sprindrift Estate In La Jolla Astounds Real Estate Community

La Jolla Oceanfront Estate One Of The Finest Offered In Southern California

La Jolla Masterpiece For Sale For $27,900,000

La Jolla Masterpiece For Sale For $27,900,000

What is the value of “owning” a piece of the luxury beach Real Estate in La Jolla California? An exquite new estate listed on pricey “Sprindrift” in La Jolla is going to show us very soon.   This “one of a kind” property on Sprindrift nestled in the cliffs of La Jolla  is rivaled as an estate like no other. That is why The Biszantz Connection has given it the “Biszantz Best Pick For An Investment Property.” The location is  unparralled combining forever views, up front and center beach living without having the hoards of daytime “beach goers” sharing your front yard with you. This Spindrift Estate encompasses quality and workanship like no other offered on the California Coastline.

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Thoughtful planning of the layout is demonstrated by spacious entertaining areas for large groups while preserving the intimate private bedrooms and family areas that include a bowling alley! Never to be without a guest house, and this La Jolla Estate does not disappoint in offering an adjacent guest home that offers privacy, views and a wonderful experience when visiting the lucky new owner! This amazing estate is listed with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in La Jolla by Shannon Hagan. Any pre qualified buyers can call the office 858-755-0075 for showings.

La Jolla Sophisticated Estate For Sale On Spindrift.

La Jolla Sophisticated Estate For Sale On Spindrift.

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Darren Sproles Listed his Santaluz Estate for $2.78 mil.

Darren Sproles, ex Charger Player sells his San Diego home.

Darren Sproles Liste His Home In SantaLuz For Sale

Darren Sproles Liste His Home In SantaLuz For Sale

Former Chargers running back Darren Sproles has listed his Santaluz estate for $2.78 million. Sproles, who played for San Diego from 2005 to 2010, bought the 5,957 square-foot home in 2012 for $2.5 million. The property, listed Friday, has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a game room, pool, outdoor kitchen and courtyard with a fireplace. Sproles now plays for the Philadelphia Eagles, but he keeps his permanent home in San Diego. Sproles and his wife Michel figured the regular season would be a good time to try to sell the 1.56 acre property. “It’s their primary residence abd their main concern is just to get something out of it and move on to the next thing and just make sure …

When he played for the Chargers, Sproles lived in a 5,600-square-foot home in the StoneBridge community of Scripps Ranch. He bought the property the property in Santaluz while he played for the New Orleans Saints.

Earlier this year, the Saints traded Sproles to the Eagles. Soon after, Sproles listed his Metairie, La., home for $650,000, which he bought for $595,000 in September 2011, the Los Angeles Times reported

 

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Most Expensive Homes In The United States Currently For Sale.

10 Most Expensive Homes on The Market in  The United States Currently.

 $140 million      Undisclosed address, Greenwich, CT

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Perhaps one of the greatest signs that the real estate market is experiencing a strong recovery? Not one but four listings have entered the market with price tags higher than $100 million — one nearing the $150 million mark.

From a massive Connecticut estate to a prime spread in The Hamptons, here are the 10 priciest homes currently on the market in the United States.

When Copper Beech Farm first hit the market earlier this year at $190 million, it was far and away the most expensive listing, ever. Even with a recent price cut of $50 million, the estate is still the priciest home available in the U.S. The 50-acre estate holds a 13,519-square-foot home with 12 bedrooms and 9 baths on 4,000 feet of coveted waterfront facing Long Island Sound.

The home was built by the Lauder Greenway family (George Lauder was a partner in Carnegie Steel). It was sold 31 years ago to its current owner, John Rudey, who leads several timber companies.

$125 million 795 Fifth Avenue Phe & Phw, New York, NY

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While Connecticut holds the most expensive home for sale, New York has the greatest number of pricey homes, including this penthouse, which occupies the entire 41st, 42nd and 43rd floors of the Pierre Hotel to create a 16-bedroom residence. Whoever buys this home won’t need to scrape together a down payment: The entire amount will be due in full, as the Pierre Hotel reportedly doesn’t accept financing.

$115 million Undisclosed address, New York, NY

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When this condo was constructed, architect Charles Gwathmey wanted it to be “the most sophisticated, stunning and elegant apartment in New York City.” Whether he succeeded or not will be up to the future buyer, but the duplex is sleek and modern with 4 bedrooms and 5.5 baths in 9,000 square feet of living space.

$115 million Beverly House, Los Angeles, CA

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Pick your price point for this listing: Drop $115 million to buy the home outright, or pony up $600,000 each month to rent the place. Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, the Beverly House sits on 3.7 acres just a few blocks from Sunset Boulevard and like many high-end homes in L.A. has hosted a number of famous owners and guests. William Randolph Hearst spent the final years of his life here, and “The Godfather” was partially filmed on the premises, as was “The Bodyguard,” starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner. Reportedly, even John and Jackie Kennedy spent their honeymoon at the residence.

$100 million Owlwood, Los Angeles, CA

A lot of current information about this residence is on lockdown, with photos and the price hidden behind a password wall on The Agency‘s site. Owlwood, like the Beverly House, has a rich history of celebrity owners and residents, beginning with 20th Century Fox co-founder Joe Schenck, (reportedly Marilyn Monroe stayed in the guesthouse during her rumored affair with Schenck), as well as Tony Curtis and Sonny and Cher.

The home today is one of the largest properties available in L.A., containing three parcels, including the lot that once held Jayne Mansfield’s Pink Palace and another lot previously owned by Esther Williams that still holds the swimming pool and pool house.

$95 million 781 5th Ave FL 18, New York, NY

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Back to Manhattan for the next priciest listing. This 15-room residence is located in the pre-war Sherry-Netherland building. The Sherry-Netherland began as a boutique hotel and was converted to luxury condos in the 1950s, although a few limited hotel suites are available starting as much as $1,200 a night. 

The full-floor offering, with Central Park views and hotel amenities, is part of the reason for the sky-high apartment price.

$90 million  Carolwood Estate, Los Angeles

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Like Owlwood, Carolwood is located in Holmby Hills on coveted North Carolwood Drive. The property once held Walt Disney’s home, but when the Walt Disney Foundation sold the home after Walt and Lily Disney passed away, it was determined that the house was a tear-down, due to asbestos concerns. The new owner began constructing a brand-new, custom-designed home that was finished in 2001. It measures 35,000 square feet and has 8 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms. The house sits on 4 acres and includes a wealth of features, including a full wine cellar, pool and pool house, tennis court, putting green, custom movie room, 3 bars, library, gym and 2 safe rooms.

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Bruce Willis to Sell his Hacienda in Beverly Hills

Bruce Willis Hacienda in Beverly Hills to go on market for $22 million.

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Hollywood action star Bruce Willis is selling his “one of a kind hacienda” in Beverly Hills, priced at $22 million.

The “Die Hard” actor purchased the Beverly Hills estate for $6.3 million in 2004 under his “Ix Nay” investment trust, which he’s used to purchase several New York properties, according to Yahoo!

bruce-willis-home-2.jpgBuilt in 1928, the “walled and gated” estate has “old world charm with all the modern conveniences one could desire,” according to the listing.

The house has a total of 11 bedrooms–five in the main house–and 11 bathrooms. Considering his second wife, Emma Heming, recently gave birth to his fourth daughter, maybe he needs more space.

Special features include a media room, four fireplaces, private tennis court, open-air courtyard, heated pool and a covered patio with built-in barbecue.

Previous celebrity owners of the estate include Michael Jackson, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Mr. Willis purchased the place from Alan Ladd Jr., a film executive and producer famous for helping George Lucas make the original “Star Wars.”

Here are some additional photos of the property:

 

 

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  Nick Nolte Sells His Malibu Estate for $8.25 million.

Nick Nolte’s Estate is 6,000 square fee, 4 bedroom  on two acres in Malibu’s Bonsall Canyon.

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Nick Nolte and his Malibu mansion have been through the ups and downs of the Southern California real estate market since the actor purchased the home in 1990, fresh off a string of ’80s hit films. But after haging on to the home for 23 years it seems he’s finally ready to sell.

The “48 Hours” star just listed the 4-bedroom house for $8.25 million, according to real estate website Redfin. He paid $2.35 million for it.Nick Nolte (Amanda Edwards/WireImage)A look at the photos shows the 6,000-square-foot estate, which sits on two acres in Malibu’s Bonsall Canyon, isn’t lacking in heavy stone and wood detail. Case in point: The listing boasts a mahogany arched entryway with onyx floor, 19-foot vaulted ceilings, six massive stone and carved wood fireplaces, Italian marble floors with wood inlay, and mahogany French doors and windows.

The property is split into two structures (because Nick needs his privacy when he has visitors). The main house includes a bedroom on the ground floor and a “romantic” master suite upstairs, complete with two fireplaces. There’s also a detached 2-bedroom

3-bath guest house with a couple of additional fireplaces and private entrances. The yard features a lighted tennis court, lagoon-style pool, and hot tub.

And Nolte isn’t the only showbiz type to have lived there. Eagles member Don Felder, actor Tommy Chong, and music producer David Foster all previously owned the pad. But Nolte has the honor of being the only resident who made us cry in “Prince of Tides.”

 

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