Real Estate Roundup: Cuba Gooding Jr. Sells Pacific Palisades Estate; Celine Dion Lists Florida Spread

Cuba Gooding Jr.

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.

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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.