This week in celeb real estate: Nuthin’ but a multimillion-dollar thang for Dr. Dre’s home in Woodland Hills…and more

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Aug.August 23, 2019 05:00 PM
From left: Dr. Dre, Vadim Shulman, Jon Voight and Reggie Bush withan aerial of Jon Voight’s home and a photo of Reggie Bush's home (Credit: iStock)
From left: Dr. Dre, Vadim Shulman, Jon Voight and Reggie Bush withan aerial of Jon Voight’s home and a photo of Reggie Bush’s home (Credit: iStock)

This week, music mogul Dr. Dre sold his Woodland Hills home at a discount after a quick beat, and former Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush listed his home in the Pacific Palisades for about $10 million. Ukranian tycoon Vadim Shulman also listed his home in Malibu, and for at least the third week in a row, an Oscar-winner has been active in Los Angeles, as actor Jon Voight put his Beverly Hills home on the market.

Hip-hop legend Dr. Dre quickly sold his home for a discount in Woodland Hills after it hit the market in July. The 16,200-square-foot home sold for $4.5 million — a 14-percent cut on the $5.3-million price tag. It includes eight bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, a movie theater, indoor spa and a 150-gallon fish tank. Dre owned the mansion for 20 years after he purchased it for $2.35 million in 1999. [TRD]

Reggie Bush, who won the Heisman Trophy playing for the USC Trojans, is hoping to juke his way to a sale in the Pacific Palisades. The former NFL running back and his wife Lilit listed their 7,500-square-foot contemporary home for $10 million. They purchased the property for $7.8 million in 2014. It was rebuilt about six years ago, according to the Los Angeles Times. It includes five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a separate gym, a wine cellar, and a living room that converts into a theater. The property also includes an infinity pool and spa. [LAT]

Actor Jon Voight put his 3.3-acre property on Oak Pass Road in Beverly Hills on the market for $19.75 million. The Oscar-winner lived there for 25 years, and he is trying to sell the property at “land value,” according to the listing. The property also includes a pool. [Variety]

Vadim Shulman, head of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress, listed his Malibu home for nearly twice what he paid for it in 2014. Located on “Billionaire’s Beach,” the oceanfront home is on the market for $44 million. Records show he purchased it for $25 million five years ago. It spans 9,500 square feet with six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a movie theater and a wine cellar. The property includes a two-lane lap pool, and the largest home spa ever permitted in Malibu. [TRD]


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