This week in celeb real estate: Rob Lowe slashes price on massive Montecito estate, Emma Stone picks up 2 properties on the Westside…and more

Mike Trout and his home at Harbor Ridge and Rob Lowe and home in Montecito
Mike Trout and his home at Harbor Ridge, and Rob Lowe and home in Montecito.

This week, actor Rob Lowe and his wife, Sheryl Berkoff, relisted their massive home in Montecito, while Oscar winner Emma Stone bought two homes in the Westside. Two sports stars also made moves. Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels picked up a mansion in Newport Beach and soccer star Jermaine Jones sold his place in Calabasas.

Last summer, Lowe and his wife relisted their 20-room Montecito estate for $47 million.  After a year on the market, they slashed the price 9.5 percent on the Oakview Estate, which is now listed for $43 million. It features koi ponds and rose gardens. The Brat Pack actor and his wife also listed it six years ago for $42 million. Don Nulty modeled the house after Mount Vernon, George Washington’s estate in Virginia. Eric Haskell of the Agency and Luke Ebbin of Compass have the listing.  [TRD]

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Trout, the highest paid athlete in the country, has caught a 9,000-square-foot manse in Newport Beach for $9.2 million. It’s located on Ridgeline Drive in the Harbor Ridge gated community. The three-story home includes six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and an elevator. It was built in 1982 and recently remodeled. The property also includes a private pool and spa. [Variety]

Stone, who won an Academy Award for her role in “La La Land,” paid a combined $5.6 million for two homes on the Westside — one in Westwood for a family member, and one in Malibu. The Malibu property spans 3.2 acres on the Pacific Coast Highway. The home in Westwood is a 1920s Spanish-style cottage with 2,300 square feet of space. [Variety]

Jones, a soccer star for the Ontario Fury, scored a $5 million sale for his equestrian home in Calabasas. Of course it includes a regulation soccer field. The property spans 12 acres with a 7,500-square-foot main house, a horse stall and art studio. Jones, a midfielder for the Fury, had paid $4.8 million for the Spanish hacienda in 2017. It was built the year before, and includes a saltwater swimming pool. [LAT]