Sell­ing seems to be in her makeup

Los Angeles Times - - HOT PROPERTY - By Neal J. Leitereg

Af­ter go­ing on a real es­tate shop­ping spree over the last two years, Kylie Jen­ner of “Keep­ing Up With the Kar­dashi­ans” has switched into sell mode.

The 19-year-old re­al­ity tele­vi­sion star re­cently parted with a home in Cal­abasas for $3.15 mil­lion and now has one of her three homes in Hid­den Hills on the mar­ket.

The house Jen­ner just sold was orig­i­nally built in 2006 but was ex­ten­sively up­dated dur­ing her two years of own­er­ship.

Ebony-stained floors, de­signer tile work and crys­tal hard­ware are among the new-look de­tails. One of the six bed­rooms was re­fash­ioned as a “glam room.” Sep­a­rate walk-in and ac­ces­sory clos­ets high­light the re­done mas­ter suite.

A cov­ered log­gia, a swim­ming pool and spa, and a ca­bana with a bar/bar­be­cue make up the grounds.

In nearby Hid­den Hills, a ranch-style house that Jen­ner bought last year for $4.5 mil­lion is now for sale at a $900,000 markup — $5.4 mil­lion.

Sit­ting on more than 3 acres, the 2012-built home has 5,154 square feet of liv­ing space. Wide­plank floor­ing, wain­scot­ing and light hues give the sin­gle-story floor plan an East Coast vibe.

Other fea­tures in­clude a cen­ter-is­land kitchen, a theater room and a great room with wet bar. There are four bed­rooms and 3.5 bath­rooms.

Tomer Frid­man of Com­pass is the agent of record for Jen­ner’s prop­er­ties. April Lopez of RE/ MAX Tra­di­tions rep­re­sented the buyer in the Cal­abasas sale.

Jen­ner is largely known for her fam­ily’s re­al­ity se­ries, which fol­lows the lives of her sib­lings, in­laws and par­ents. Last year she launched the makeup line Kylie Cos­met­ics.

Swap­ping spots on the Westside

Matthew Perry has pur­chased

a full-floor pent­house in Cen­tury City for $20 mil­lion, or about $2,146 per square foot, ac­cord­ing to real es­tate sources with knowl­edge of the sale.

The ac­tor, who is cur­rently sell­ing a home in Hol­ly­wood Hills West, pur­chased the 9,318-square­foot unit in July through a blind trust, records show. It had been listed for $26.5 mil­lion.

Found within the Robert A.M. Stern-de­signed Cen­tury build­ing, the res­i­dence fea­tures floor-to­ceil­ing win­dows, a liv­ing room with two fire­places and a cen­ter-is­land kitchen. The for­mal din­ing room can seat as many as 25 guests.

The open-space mas­ter suite has mul­ti­ple sit­ting ar­eas and a lav­ish bath for a to­tal of four bed­rooms, 7.25 bath­rooms and a pow­der room. Views from the res­i­dence ex­tend from down­town Los An­ge­les to the Santa Mon­ica Moun­tains to the ocean.

Bachir Oueida of Dou­glas El­li­man was the list­ing agent. Greg Hol­comb of Part­ners Trust Bev­erly Hills rep­re­sented the buyer.

Perry, 47, is known for his role as Chan­dler Bing on the long-run­ning sit­com “Friends.” Last year he made his play­writ­ing de­but with “The End of Long­ing” in Lon­don. The play, in which he also stars, pre­miered state­side last month in an off-Broad­way pro­duc­tion from MCC Theater.

He is ask­ing $13.5 mil­lion for his home in the Bird Streets sec­tion of Hol­ly­wood Hills West.

Bil­lion­aire gets off the beach

Mu­sic and movie mogul David

Gef­fen, fresh off the $85-mil­lion sale of his Mal­ibu com­pound, has sold an­other home in the beach com­mu­nity for $8 mil­lion.

The ocean­front home, built in 1956, sits on “Bil­lion­aires’ Beach,” a stretch of Pa­cific Coast High­way known for wealthy home­own­ers such as Larry El­li­son, Eli Broad and Jef­frey Katzen­berg.

En­tered through a gated court­yard, the 1,473-square-foot house in­cludes a liv­ing room with a fire­place, a kitchen, two bed­rooms and two bath­rooms. Glass doors in the din­ing area open to a surf­fac­ing deck that over­looks 45 feet of beach frontage.

James Rapf of Pritch­ett-Rapf & As­so­ci­ates and Kurt Rap­pa­port of Westside Es­tate Agency were the co-list­ing agents. Chris Cor­tazzo of Cold­well Banker rep­re­sented the buyer.

Gef­fen, cre­ator of Gef­fen Records and co-founder of Dream­Works Stu­dios, bought the prop­erty a decade ago for $9.8 mil­lion, records show. It had been listed for $8.995 mil­lion.

The 74-year-old has an es­ti­mated net worth of $7.7 bil­lion, ac­cord­ing to Forbes.

His home field is now in play

Yasiel Puig, slug­ging out­fielder for the Los An­ge­les Dodgers, has put his home in Sher­man Oaks on the mar­ket for $2.3 mil­lion.

The Mediter­ranean villa-style house, built in 2003, sits be­hind walls and gates and has a twos­tory en­try. In­te­rior ap­point­ments in­clude stone and hard­wood floors, sky­lights and or­nate iron­work. The open-plan liv­ing and din­ing rooms share a wet bar.

The up­stairs mas­ter suite is out­fit­ted with a sit­ting room, a fire­place and French doors that lead to a bal­cony. The soak­ing tub in the mas­ter bath takes in a view of the backyard. A to­tal of six bed­rooms and six bath­rooms lie within more than 4,600 square feet of liv­ing space.

Out­side, am­ple pa­tio space sur­rounds a swim­ming pool with a tiled spa. Next to the pool is a built-in bar­be­cue.

Puig, 26, bought the prop­erty two years ago for $1.8 mil­lion. Alexis Nas­sif and Diana Diaz of Dil­beck Real Es­tate hold the cur­rent list­ing.

A com­mer­cial suc­cess for decades

The long­time Hol­ly­wood Hills home of late ac­tress Doris Roberts has sold for $2 mil­lion. Known as Casa de Glade, a nod to Roberts’ Clio Award-win­ning role in a Glade air fresh­ener com­mer­cial, the Span­ish Colo­nial­style house in­cludes three bed­rooms and five bath­rooms in more than 3,700 square feet of space.

Liv­ing ar­eas in­clude an ex­posed-beam great room, a fam­ily room with a fire­place and a din­ing room that opens to the kitchen. The step-down den dou­bles as a speakeasy, thanks to the wood­pan­eled wet bar. There are two walk-in clos­ets in the mas­ter bed­room.

Out­doors, a swim­ming pool and spa sit within a walled court­yard. Views from the quar­ter-acre knoll take in the city and coast­line.

Roberts bought the home, built in 1927 for film-noir pro­ducer Hal Wal­lis, more than four decades ago for $138,000, records show.

Roger Perry of Rodeo Realty was the list­ing agent. Roland Quino, also with Rodeo Realty, rep­re­sented the buyer.

Roberts, who died in 2016 at 90, had a six-decade ca­reer ap­pear­ing in talk and va­ri­ety shows, on game show pan­els and in movies. In more re­cent years, she had an on­go­ing role on the sit­com “Ev­ery­body Loves Ray­mond.”

Va­ca­tion in Seal Beach is over

Pro­ducer-direc­tor Bill D’Elia and his wife, in­te­rior dec­o­ra­tor

El­lie D’Elia, have listed their long­time va­ca­tion home in Seal Beach for sale at $3.495 mil­lion.

Found within guard-gated Surf­side Colony, the beach­front prop­erty had “good bones” but was in a state of dis­re­pair when the cou­ple bought it nearly two decades ago, ac­cord­ing to list­ing agent Chuck Buscemi of Buscemi, Noo­nan & As­so­ciate Re­al­tors.

Us­ing El­lie D’Elia’s plans, the 1950s home was re­mod­eled in a style rem­i­nis­cent of the Cape Cod cot­tages the cou­ple vis­ited dur­ing their re­spec­tive child­hoods.

Shake sid­ing, brick­work and blue shut­ters give a clas­sic coastal look to the four-bed­room, 3.5bath­room.

Be­yond the Dutch front door, roughly 2,250 square feet of liv­ing space in­cludes a liv­ing room with a brick fire­place, a din­ing area and an up­dated kitchen.

French doors bring in ocean views on two floors.

Out­side, step­ping­stones lead di­rectly from a fenced pa­tio to the beach and shore.

Bill D’Elia has tele­vi­sion cred­its that in­clude the shows “Chicago Hope,” “Ally McBeal” and “Bos­ton Le­gal.” More re­cently he served as an ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer on the ABC se­ries “How to Get Away With Mur­der.”

Pho­to­graphs by Ri­ley Jamison

RE­AL­ITY STAR and cos­met­ics maven Kylie Jen­ner had up­dated this Cal­abasas home, which re­cently brought $3.15 mil­lion.

AMONG THE new-look de­tails in the re­cently sold house are ebony-stained f loors, de­signer tile work and crys­tal hard­ware.

JEN­NER OWNED the home for two years. The 19-year-old now has one of her three Hid­den Hills houses on the mar­ket.

Rodeo Realty

THE HOL­LY­WOOD HILLS home that Doris Roberts bought more than 40 years ago sold for $2 mil­lion. The ac­tress died last year.

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