This week in celeb real estate: a triangular home lists for $19M, Marina Acton tries to flip in Bel Air…and more

Marina Acton and Kim Kardashian West with the Bel Air home, Wilt Chamberlain and the home (Credit: Getty Images, Douglas Elliman)
Marina Acton and Kim Kardashian West with the Bel Air home, Wilt Chamberlain and the home (Credit: Getty Images, Douglas Elliman)

The former home of Wilt Chamberlain, a late basketball star, hit the market this week at $19 million. Designed by David Tenneson Rich in partnership with Chamberlain, the 7,200-square-foot Bel Air home features an eye-catching triangular design, with not a single right-hand corner found inside. A triangular swimming pool completes the outside. Heidi Lake, Marc Silver and Barry Sloane of Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing.

Also in Bel Air, a Ukrainian entrepreneur is hoping to make a quick buck. Marina Acton has put her home on the market for $18 million, less than a year after acquiring it from celebrity couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. She paid $17.8 million for it just seven months ago. Spanning 9,000 square feet, the minimalist estate has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a swimming pool and a cabana. The West family had renovated the home upon buying and installed new glass windows, some of which reach over 30-feet high. Josh and Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman have the listing, again.

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The former home of retired singer Linda Ronstadt and late silent movie star ZaSu Pitts is being shopped on the Multiple Listing Service for $16.25 million. Designed by Paul Williams, the 10,000-square-foot estate in Brentwood boasts seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The Georgian-style property, built in the 1930s, also features a secret staircase, seven fireplaces, a swimming pool and a home gym. Michael Smith, the designer during the Barack Obama-era White House, also recently upgraded the home’s interiors to reflect the traditional Williams style. Jody Fine and Monica Iris Antola of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties have the listing.

Over in Malibu, Relativity Media co-founder Ryan Kavanaugh has put his home on the market for the second time. Kavanaugh listed his 5,300-square-foot home in Point Dume for $10.7 million. He first tried to sell it nearly two years ago for $10 million, later dropping the price to $8.9 million before taking it off the market five months later. The home includes five bedrooms and five bathrooms. It has a two-bedroom guest house, as well as a saltwater swimming pool and a garage. Relativity, which was behind box-office hits like “The Social Network,” recently filed for bankruptcy for the second time in three years. His mom, Leslie Kavanaugh of Rodeo Realty, has the listing.