Real Estate Notes: Claire Danes, Hugh Dancy Sell SoHo Apartment, La Mesa Landmark Estate Hits Market
What's hot around the block: THR breaks down the day's biggest real estate deals.
Hollywood couple Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy have sold their Wooster Street apartment in SoHo for $5.85 million. The 3,861-square-foot space in a building from 1882 has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. [New York Post]
Actor-songwriter Alan Thicke’s Toluca Lake house has sold for $3.525 million. The 8,656-square-foot Spanish Colonial-style house built in 1934 has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and a guest suite. [Los Angeles Times]
Grammy-winning musician Pharrell’s Miami penthouse has hit the market for $16.8 million. The 9,080-square-foot condo, originally purchased in 2007, has five bedrooms and an ocean view. [The Real Estalker]
Singer-songwriter Robbie Williams has listed his Beverly Hills two-house compound for $3.6 million. The lot covering 0.81 acres features a soccer field and a total of five bedrooms and five bathrooms. [The Real Estalker]
The La Mesa estate, a house perfect for the musically inclined, has been listed by The Agency for $22 million in Santa Monica. The house, which includes a recording studio, was transformed this fall into a showhouse, dubbed "The 'House of Rock," which featured designs by Elaine Culotti, Ralph Pucci, David Bromstad, Susan Cohen, Sami Hayek and Kyle Schuneman. The 11,000-square-foot house, six-bedroom residence was designed by architect Elmer Grey in 1926 and once belonged to opera singer and actress Kathryn Grayson (Showboat, Kiss Me Kate), who entertained the likes of Mario Lanza, Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra. The sale is represented by agents Billy Rose, Susan Pekich and Mauricio Umansky of The Agency. [The Agency]