Detroit Pistons All-Star Blake Griffin has listed his home in Los Angeles for $12 million, following his trade from the Los Angeles Clippers earlier this year. He had originally purchased the property in 2014 for $9 million.
Griffin’s colonial-inspired traditional is located in the Riviera neighborhood of Pacific Palisades, surrounded by privacy trees. The house welcomes visitors with a double-height entrance foyer complete with dark hardwood floors. The home covers 9,600 square feet, including six en-suite bedrooms, a dining room with a coffered ceiling, and a living room with built-in niche shelves and a modern fireplace. The master suite is fitted with a private sitting area, a fireplace, a private terrace, two dressing rooms, and a bathroom with heated floors.
Additional features include a home theater, an entertainment lounge, and a large yard with a full outdoor kitchen, a sports court, and a saltwater swimming pool.
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Actress, host, and award-winning producer Melissa Rivers has decided after 20 years that it is time to finally part with her Pacific Palisades home. She has listed the 5,850 square foot home for $6.195 million.
541 Paseo Miramar is an East Coast Traditional, built in 1953. It has seen several updates over the years. The 6 bed, 5.25 bath home is fitted with 4 fireplaces, oak floors, and a huge kitchen with a center island, which opens up to the family room.
An expansive master suite features a private balcony with ocean views. These views are also accessible from the backyard pool terrace, swimming pool, lawn, and patio.
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America’s Next Top Model host Tyra Banks has decided to put her Pacific Palisades home on the market for $9.25 million. The supermodel had originally bought the oceanside home for $7.35 million, approximately two years ago.
The property sits on a gated half acre of hillside in Westside, and the home’s 6,100 square feet include five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The home takes advantage of its prime location near the water, offering limitless views of the Pacific Ocean.
Light wooden floors and paneling in addition to stone accenting in the house add to the bright, open, contemporary feel of the property. The home features four fireplaces, high ceilings, and huge windows which let in floods of sunlight.
A gorgeous terrace with ocean views ties the home together, offering a fire pit as well as areas for sunbathing, entertaining, dining, and relaxing.
Don’t miss out on your chance to own this slice of California Paradise!