Real Estate Roundup: Cuba Gooding Jr. Sells Pacific Palisades Estate; Celine Dion Lists Florida Spread
The son of Frank Sinatra also unloads his Beverly Hills house, listing the property for $4.8 million.
Cuba Gooding Jr. is finalizing the sale of his Pacific Palisades estate for $9.995 million, according to Trulia.
The open floor plan, six-bedroom, seven-bathroom spread was purchased by the actor in May 2000 for $3.5 million and rests on park-like grounds with a hockey rink and pool. The 6,700-square-foot estate also features a theater, detached guest suite, six-car garage, gym and two laundry rooms. David Offer of Berkshire Hathaway represented him in the sale of his Pacific Palisades house.
Singer Celine Dion has dropped the asking price of her 17,000-square-foot water park estate in Jupiter Island, Fla., from $72.5 million in August 2013 to $62.5 million. The property rests on the bank of the Atlantic Ocean with a main residence and five individual pavilions for a total of eight bedrooms.
Dion and her husband Rene Angelil originally bought the space in 2005 and completed the expansive upgrade in 2010 to make it the Bahamas-inspired spread it is today. Joseph Montanaro of Sotheby's has the listing.
Frank Sinatra's son Francis W. Sinatra listed his Beverly Hills house for $4.8 million, according to Redfin. He bought the six-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom estate in December 2007 for $4.1 million.