Reggie Bush puts Hollywood Hills home on the market
The former USC Heisman Trophy winner and now running back for the New Orleans Saints has listed the home for $5,099,000.
SHINY: Reggie Bush's Hollywood Hills tri-level includes a penthouse, which has a master bedroom, his/her bathrooms and a deck. The living room with glass-door entry is at right. (Marc Angeles)
The tri-level contemporary sits at the end of a cul-de-sac and has 360-degree views encompassing Long Beach, Santa Catalina Island, Malibu and the mountains. There are four bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms in 4,831 square feet. Glass entry doors open to a soaring living room.
Designed for entertaining, the property has a home theater, a swimming pool and a spa.
The house even has a red plush-lined elevator bearing the monogram RB, making the digs move-in ready for actress Roseanne Barr, actor Robby Benson or Milwaukee Brewer Ryan Braun.
The entire penthouse level is devoted to the master bedroom suite with his and her bathrooms, an oversized closet and a deck.
The running back, 24, has been with the Saints since 2006, when he left USC before his senior year as the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft.
The 2005 Heisman Trophy winner purchased the home for $4.7 million in 2007 for use as his off-season home, according to reports at the time.
The listing agent is Joshua Altman of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills.
Who needs oil? They have solar
Actor Larry Hagman and his wife, Maj, have listed their longtime mountaintop home in Ojai, a 43-acre spread befitting "Dallas" oilman J.R. Ewing, for $11 million.
The nine-bedroom, 14 1/2 -bathroom Mediterranean-style estate was designed and built for the couple in 1992.
The off-the-grid property has separate solar systems providing energy for the main residence, the well and the caretaker's home, while creating surplus power. When Hagman installed the first system in 2003, his annual electric bill went from $37,000 to $13.
Sitting behind iron gates, the 18,000-square-foot main house has an open floor plan with walls of sliding glass doors, painted murals, an indoor grotto-style spa and a retractable roof over a 40-foot saltwater lap pool in the grand room, which has accommodated parties of up to 200 people. Glass walls on three sides provide unobstructed views from the bed in the master suite. There are Channel Island, mountain and valley vistas.
The compound includes a two-bedroom guesthouse, a separate office, an outside pool connected by streams to two ponds, a private helipad and more than 200 avocado trees.
A television, film and stage actor for more than five decades, Hagman was twice nominated for Emmys for his work on "Dallas" (1978-91). He starred as Maj. Anthony Nelson in the sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie" (1965-70). Hagman, 78, was inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame in March.
The Hagmans are selling because they are ready to downsize. They own another home in the L.A. area.
The listing agents are Natalie Grubb-Campbell of Christie's Great Estates affiliate Village Property Realtors, Montecito office, and Wayne Natale of the firm's Santa Ynez office.
$4.2-million sale for Moreno estate
The Antonio Moreno estate, a 1930 mansion named for the film star who lived in it until 1935, has sold for $4.2 million.