For the first time this season, rain fell on Los Angeles this week and brought with it some notable celebrity listings and sales. Candy Spelling put up her estate — Vanna, too — and the newest Los Angeles Clipper, Paul George, paid $16 million for a Pacific Palisades pad.
Spelling put her Malibu home on the market for the first time in nearly five decades. The $23 million listing comes roughly two months after her former home, the Spelling Manor, shattered records in L.A. County. Spelling is now selling her Costa Mesa Beach property, which spans 8,000 square feet and includes 81 feet of ocean frontage. She and her late husband, TV executive Aaron Spelling, bought the property in the early 1970s and later combined it with the house next door. It boasts seven bedrooms.
George has found a new home, beyond the Los Angeles Clippers arena. The star NBA player paid $16 million to acquire the onetime home of former Clipper DeAndre Jordan. The most recent seller, however, was hedge fund manager Curtis Macnguyen. Located in the Pacific Palisades, the 10,000-square-foot pad features a half-court basketball court, putting green and an elevator. There’s seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms overall. George also owns a 16,000-square-foot pad in Hidden Hills, which he bought for $7.4 million.
A 15,000-square-foot mansion tied to Vanna White, the longtime co-host of hit TV show “Wheel of Fortune,” re-listed at a discount this week. The Beverly Park estate is on the market for $38 million, down from an original $47.5 million in 2017. It has eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and a wine cellar. Though the property remains in White’s name, she hasn’t lived there since she and her ex-husband George Santo Pietro divorced in 2002.
In Brentwood, Tobey Maguire is still trying to sell an empty plot of dirt. The one acre of land is now up for grabs for nearly $12 million, down from $14.3 million last year. The “Spiderman” actor bought the spread for $10 million in 2008, but has never built anything on it. Prior, it was the site of a John Byers-designed home, once owned by actress Greta Garbo and filmmaker H.C. Potter. [LAT]