Actor-comedian Jim Carrey has listed his place in gated Malibu Colony at $13.95 million.
The two-story contemporary beach house features an open plan living room, family room, dining room and kitchen that lead to an ocean-facing deck.
There are fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom for a total of five bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms and 2,866 square feet of living space. A spa sits on the rooftop deck.
Carrey, 50, has starred in such films as the Ace Ventura movies, The Truman Show (1998), Bruce Almighty (2003) and Mr. Popper’s Penguins (2011).
Public records show he bought the property in 2002 for $9.75 million and listed it part of last year at $14.995 million.
‘LOST’ STAR SELLS HIS CRASH PAD
Actor Matthew Fox can no longer be found living in Manhattan Beach. The Lost star has sold his house there for $1.875 million.
The Spanish-style home came on the market in March at $1.995 million. Built in 1927, it features coved ceilings, arched doorways, two corner fireplaces, decorative tile stair risers and carved stair railings. The 2,491-square-foot house contains a living room, family room, four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The upper-level rooms and balcony have ocean views. The lot has parking for seven cars.
Fox, 45, used the house as his residence before moving to Hawaii to shoot Lost (2004-10). He later relocated to Oregon. Fox will star in the thriller Alex Cross, due for October release, and in next year’s historical epic Emperor.
Public records show he bought the property in 1999 for $880,000.
Former Yahoo CEO Terry Semel and his wife, Jane, have put their Malibu home up for sale at $50 million.
Sitting on a three-quarter-acre lot along Billionaire’s Beach, so named for its wealthy homeowners, the main house is entered through a three-story rotunda topped by a skylight. Circular windows are used throughout. A copper-roofed screening pavilion doubles as the family den. There is also a two-story guesthouse for a total of nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and 10,317 square feet of living space.
A gazebo for outdoor dining sits by the swimming pool and an expansive lawn.
Actress Poppy Montgomery, star of the CBS series Unforgettable, has put her house in Pacific Palisades on the market at $3.295 million.
Built in 1930, the Spanish-style home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a guest unit with a full bathroom and a separate entrance. Features of the 3,800-square-foot house include reclaimed barn wood floors, wood-beam ceilings and a spa-like master bathroom with a steam shower and vintage double sinks. French doors off the family room lead to a yard containing a waterfall grotto/spa, an outdoor kitchen with a thatch-roofed pavilion and a courtyard.
Montgomery, 36, starred on Without a Trace (2002-09).
Public records show she bought the property in 2005 for $3.133 million.
Big-band leader and trumpeter Ray Anthony has his home in the Hollywood Hills West area on the market at $5.2 million.
Custom-built for Anthony in 1975, the 3,881-square-foot house contains a den, an office, a gym, two fireplaces, two bedrooms and three bathrooms.
“We built it to take advantage of the tremendous views,” he said of his hillside home, which sits on about a quarter of an acre on a cul-de-sac.
Anthony, who turned 90 this year, used the house for years to run a business selling big-band CDs. He planned to play at a belated celebration marking his birthday this month.
He has performed with Frank Sinatra, Glenn Miller and Jimmy Dorsey, among others. Anthony and his band appeared in several movies and on the late-1950s variety show bearing his name. The band’s recordings popularized “The Hokey Pokey” and “The Bunny Hop.”
Anthony said he is selling to move closer to a friend in Beverly Hills.