Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are the owners of this 8,798 square-foot Pacific Palisades, California ranch home since 2009, when they purchased it for $17.5 million.

Built in the late 1930s, the Cliff May-designed low-slung house was innovative for its time and today is considered typical of his trademark designs. Rooms flow easily from one to another or onto patios, allowing for the passage from indoors to outdoors without stepping down. Large picture windows take in the views.

Gregoroy Peck lived in the one-story home until 1952 with his first wife, Greta. After a series of owners, the home was brought back to life in the mid-‘90s – updated, expanded and rebuilt to keep the structure intact and maximize the canyon, city and ocean views.

In addition to the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom main house, the 3-acre, cliffside compound includes a swimming pool, a guesthouse (built into the cliff under the main lawn) and an office/gym/art studio.


Celebrity Real Estate: 

Well, Well! It looks as if Taylor Swift has not only landed a beau for the summer but also a beautiful home in Hyannis Port, MA! The home is conveniently located right down the street from her main man, Conor Kennedy. 

Swift’s alleged purchase is a beautiful Colonial white-washed styled home. In 2010 it was listed for $13.5 million, however, it’s stated that Swift bought the home for a mere $4.5 million. The 1928 beachfront home is said to have 7 bedrooms and 6 bedrooms, which is definitely more than enough room for the 22 year old country singer. 

[via Realtor.com]

February 9, 2014: Alluring Aspen

Aspen, Colorado

$29,900,000 | 7 Bedroom | 8.5 Bathroom | 13,068 sq. ft.

Welcome to hedge fund billionaire John Paulson’s former home. Situated on 8.4 acres featuring stocked ponds, natural springs, waterfalls and a private sand beach, this glorious home also boasts 9,200 square feet of patios, a 1,000 square foot guest house and a 35 foot glass wall. 

For more information about today’s “Love the Hunt” feature, please visit househunt.com.

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Charlize Theron is selling her beach front 2,095 square foot house. The lucky buyer placing $7 mil in her pocket for it is about to have some badass beach parties!!! LOVE the dining room (The key to happiness really is great food with great people). Also LOVING the living room and the small pews next to the fire place. Can I come over???

The Kitchen (and Bedroom, and More) in Jen Aniston's Hal Levitt via CURBED LA
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The Kitchen (and Bedroom, and More) in Jen Aniston’s Hal Levitt Friday, April 29, 2011, by Adrian Glick Kudler   


She’s doing it guys, Jennifer Aniston is really leaving us. Now that she’s picked up two adjacent condos in the West Village, she’s getting serious about ditching the Trousdale Estates Hal Levitt that she spent so much time and energy fixing up. The house, which was originally listed in March, has hit the MLS with a nice set of photos, many recycled from Aniston’s 2010 Architectural Digest feature and some that appear to have been taken at a far less glamorous daytime shoot. By the way, is that a pizza oven next to the wine cellar? We could’ve sworn Aniston stopped eating carbs back in 1998. Anyway, the MLS listing has details a little different from what we’ve seen before–it says the house was built in 1972 and has five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. Asking price, as ever, is $42 million.

· Got $42 Million? Inside Jennifer Aniston’s Hal Levitt House [Curbed LA]
· Jennifer Aniston Finally Finds Her Soul Mates: Two Village Condos [Curbed NY]

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April 29, 2011

5 Most Valuable Pieces of Property in the U.S. and Who Owns Them: When the Best Isn’t Good Enough There are plenty of amazingly opulent homes in the United States, but these five properties are simply a cut above the rest. Take a look at the most valuable pieces of property in the country, and get to know the people who call them home. Fleur de Lys: HolmbyContinue Reading

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