Whether it’s as sellers or landlords, actor-director Warren Beatty, 75, and his wife, actress Annette Bening, 54, are up for new roles. They have listed their ivy-clad home in Beverly Crest for $6.995 million.
The house, built in 1992, had been for rent last year at $27,500 a month and is still available for lease at $19,995 a month.
The Mediterranean-style mansion of 10,594 square feet includes a media room, a library, a gym, an office, maid’s quarters, six family bedrooms and eight bathrooms in two stories. The acre-plus site contains a separate guesthouse, a pool with spa, mature trees and expansive lawns.
Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin has become a first-time home buyer with the purchase of a house in Studio City for $945,000.
The gated country English-style one-story sits on a quarter of an acre with a pool, a spa and mature trees. The 1,845 square feet of living space features vaulted ceilings, French doors and fireplaces in the living and dining rooms. The house, custom built in 1940, contains three bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms.
Yelchin, 23, played Pavel Chekov in the 2009 Star Trek movie. He will reprise his role in a sequel next year. The property came on the market in March at $999,000.
Singer and actress Julie Andrews, 76, has sold her house in Brentwood for $2.705 million, slightly above what she was asking.
Andrews owned the traditional-style home with her late husband, director and screenwriter Blake Edwards. Less than a month after coming on the market at $2.649 million in April, the tidy white home with gray shutters was in escrow.
Features include a family room and living room with French doors opening to a garden and a formal dining room with a cathedral ceiling. An artist’s studio with a bathroom sits above the garage for a total of four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The lot, which is less than a quarter acre, is surrounded by tall hedges and is gated. There is a pool and spa.
Public records show the property was purchased in 1989 for $1.2 million.
Watching the Bay
Former Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson, 45, is looking for a renter with $50,000 a month to spare for her place in a gated community in Malibu.
The teak-sided house, built in 1959, is entered through a gated courtyard planted with lavender and olive trees. Some 2,750 square feet of living space includes an open plan living room and kitchen, a home theater and furnishings such as a baby grand piano. There are three bedrooms, 2 1/ 2 bathrooms and a sauna. Outdoor amenities include a rooftop deck and a pool.
Public records show the former Playboy model bought the property in 2000 for $1.8 million.
Celebrity and fashion photographer Mark Liddell has listed a house in the Hollywood Hills West area at $2.325 million.
The serial remodeler redid the one-level contemporary, which sits with a pool and spa on a third of an acre at the top of a sweeping driveway. The house has 2,652 square feet of living space including a living room, family room, formal dining room, a kitchen with breakfast area and two master suites for a total of four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Outside are patios, a lawn, a built-in barbecue and an outdoor fireplace.
Liddell, whose 2009 book Exposed: 10 Years in Hollywood chronicles more than 100 shoots of A-listers and luminaries, has been designing home interiors for 15 years. His long list of celebrity subjects includes Leann Rimes, Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, Sarah Jessica Parker and Janet Jackson.
Public records show Liddell bought the property last year for $1.61 million.
The former Casey Stengel estate, built for the baseball legend in 1925, is on the market in Glendale at $2.41 million.
The Mediterranean-style house of about 4,600 square feet is on nearly an acre with a pool house, a pool, a tennis court and a fruit orchard. The main house features a foyer with a staircase, a living room with a barrel ceiling, five bedrooms and five bathrooms. There is a separate maid’s quarters off the garage.
The Major League Baseball outfielder went on to manage the Brooklyn Dodgers, the Boston Braves, the New York Yankees and the New York Mets before retiring in 1965. Stengel was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame the next year. He lived at the Glendale house until his death in 1975 at 85.
The estate was bought in probate in 1978 from the Stengel family by veterinarian James C. Davis. His celebrity clients included Cher, Henry Winkler and Marlon Brando.