Price chops: George Jones estate now under $3 million

Once offered for as much as $15 million, the George Jones estate now lists for under $3 million

Before his death in 2013, George Jones asked as much as $15.5 million for his 80-acre estate in Franklin, Tenn. Although a sizable chunk of its acreage has been sold off at auction, the late music icon's main estate continues to linger on the market like a heartbreaking country song.

The estate, which includes 20 acres, now lists for sale at $2.995 million. It includes a Plantation-style house of 9,700 square feet with four bedrooms and seven full baths. A beauty salon, private office and a "Floridaroom" are among its features. Outdoors, the formidable horse property has two guest quarters, a pool, a nine-stall stable and a private lake.

Terry Ivey of Bailey & Ivey Realtors is the listing agent.

Workout queen Jillian Michaels trims down listing

Jillian Michaels, host of ABC's "The Biggest Loser," has made a name for herself helping others trim down. But it's the personal trainer's home in Hollywood Hills that is looking lighter after its price was trimmed to $2.149 million, down from $2.45 million a year ago. Built in 2000, the three-bedroom modern features a master suite with a private terrace and generous walk-in closet.

Reza Farahan of Keller Williams Hollywood Hills is the listing agent.

Tool frontman rocking a discount in Beachwood Canyon

Balinese and Moroccan influences don't seem very metal -- unless it involves the Beachwood Canyon home of Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan. The progressive rock star is now spinning a discount when it comes to the 3,750-square-foot Mediterranean, which sports views of the Hollywood sign from its remote hilltop location. Offered for $2.795 million in March, the exotic pad now lists for $2.495 million.

James Barrentine of Keller Williams is the listing agent.

Former Giants ace Barry Zito selling on a curve

Former San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito has adjusted the asking price for his updated midcentury in the Bird Streets neighborhood of Hollywood Hills West. The 1962 contemporary, which features a 4,366-square-foot floor plan with floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the Los Angeles cityscape, now lists for slightly under $4 million, a change-up of $375,000 from when it hit the market in February.

Sharon Hills of Kobeissi Properties is the listing agent.

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