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Listing Impossible Season 2 Release Date And Who Is In Cast?

Published ByShweta Ranjan -Saturday, 11 July 2020, 08:28 EDTModified Date: Saturday, 11 July 2020, 08:31 EDT INTRODUCTION CNBC seems to have taken itself as a fierce competitor to HGTV. While the latter is always a trendsetter when it comes to home improvement shows, the former focuses on getting the attention of those interested in such shows.’ Listing is Impossible’, along with several home improvements in the ...more

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Actor Jesse Metcalfe Flipped This West Hollywood House—It’s Back on the Market for $2.25M

In addition to playing hunks on TV, Jesse Metcalfe renovates and flips homes in his spare time. A WeHo home he sold in 2018 is now up for sale again. Lisa Johnson Mandell, provided by In addition to playing hunks on TV shows like “Desperate Housewives,” “Dallas,” and “Passions,” the actor Jesse Metcalfe renovates and flips homes in his spare time. In 2017, Metcalfe paid $1,158,500 for ...more

Actor Jesse Metcalfe Flipped This West Hollywood House—It’s Back on the Market for $2.25M

In addition to playing hunks on TV, Jesse Metcalfe renovates and flips homes in his spare time. A WeHo home he sold in 2018 is now up for sale again. Lisa Johnson Mandell, provided by Published 5:30 pm EDT, Friday, July 31, 2020 In addition to playing hunks on TV shows like “Desperate Housewives,” “Dallas,” and “Passions,” the actor Jesse Metcalfe renovates and flips homes in his spare time. In ...more

A brief history of LA’s $1 billion ‘mountain,’ from being scoped out by Jeff Bezos in 2019 to being seized by the Feds

Hillary Hoffower Jul 20, 2020, 2:42 PM The land passed through several wealthy hands over the years, including an Iranian princess and the talk-show host Merv Griffin. Matthew Momberger / Juwan Li Federal authorities have moved to seize the 157-acre mountain that sits at the highest peak in Beverly Hills, California, reported NBC Los Angeles. The property, which towers over Los Angeles, sold at a foreclosure auction for $100,000 in ...more

‘Gossip Girl,’ ‘O.C.’ Creator Josh Schwartz Pays $8.1M for Lush Spread in Sherman Oaks

Published: July 30, 2020 | By: American Luxury Staff Josh Schwartz—creator of ‘The O.C.’ and co-creator of ‘Gossip Girl’—picked up this rolling, green piece of Sherman Oaks for $8.1 million this summer. The property’s a fairly large one—nearly two and one-third acres, with mature trees, a pool with a cabana lounge, a fire pit, a volleyball court, and walking trails. The heavily-revised 1952-built home spans over 9,000 ...more

Enchanting West Adams Adobe

July 29, 2020 by Compass The Alice Lynch House, Los Angeles’ Historical Landmark 621, was designed by architect Harwood Hewitt and built by Adobe contractor John Byers in 1922 for the poet Alice Lynch. Featured in California Home + Design, the almost 100-year-old house has been brilliantly updated for modern living, with over 2,500 square-feet of interior living space centered around a 1,000 square-foot courtyard. The four bedroom, ...more

Actor Jesse Metcalfe Flipped This West Hollywood House-It’s Back on the Market for $2.25M

In addition to playing hunks on TV, Jesse Metcalfe renovates and flips homes in his spare time. A WeHo home he sold in 2018 is now up for sale again. Lisa Johnson Mandell, provided byJuly 31, 2020Updated: July 31, 2020 2:34 p.m. In addition to playing hunks on TV shows like “Desperate Housewives,” “Dallas,” and “Passions,” the actor Jesse Metcalfe renovates and flips homes in his spare time. In ...more

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Friends star Matthew Perry forced to slash price of Batman-inspired ‘Mansion in the Sky’ LA penthouse by $8m to $27m FRIENDS star Matthew Perry has slashed the asking price of his stunning LA apartment by $8million. Perry has been trying to sell the LA penthouse of The Century block, near Beverly Hills, for a year and has now knocked it down to $27million from $35million. ...more

Mid-century compound on an acre of Berkeley Hills land hits market for $3.6M

The buyer will be only the fourth ever owner Anna Marie Erwert June 25, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has given rise to two real estate trends. First, with working from a home indefinitely a possibility, many city residents are looking outside of San Francisco for real estate. Secondly, because shelter-in-place could be an ongoing reality, compound-style living is making a comeback, as it allows a ...more