Actress Halle Berry aims to sell Hollywood Hills West house!

Halle Berry’s Hollywood Hills West home is being shopped as a pocket listing for $15 million. It was the site of a recent altercation between her ex-boyfriend and her fiance.

Actress Halle Berry is trying to sell her Hollywood Hills West house. The home’s motor court was the site of a Thanksgiving Day altercation between her former boyfriend Gabriel Aubry and actor Olivier Martinez that landed both men in the hospital.

The home is being shopped off the Multiple Listing Service as a pocket listing for $15 million, area real estate agents confirmed.

Halle bought the house in 2005 from former “Malcolm in the Middle” star Frankie Muniz for nearly $6 million, according to Times archives. The five-bedroom house has 5,900 square feet of living space and sits on more than a half acre with a 1,400-square-foot guest house, a swimming pool and spa.

She and Aubry are in the midst of a heated custody battle.

Berry, 46, has starred in the “X-Men” movies and “Die Another Day” (2002). The former model starred this year in the film “Dark Tide.”

 

Source: LA Times

Moby lists Hollywood Hills West home for sale for $3.695M!

DJ and singer-songwriter Moby and Deanna Berkeley,head of the contemporary fashion brand Alice + Olivia, have listed a house in the Hollywood Hills West area for $3.695 million.

The Hollywood Regency style house, built in 1926, is described in the listing as a John Elgin Woolf reinvention. Details include 12-foot-high paneled ceilings, Palladian columns and parquet floors. The 3,700 square feet of living space includes a media room/den with built-in bookcases, an updated eat-in kitchen, three bedrooms and 41/2 bathrooms. There is a trapezoidal pool with a pergola and a guesthouse.

Moby, 46, saw his 1999 electronica album, “Play,” sell more than 10 million copies worldwide. His most recent album, “Destroyed,” was released last year. He published a book of his tour photography, also called “Destroyed,” the same year.

Public records show the property was purchased in 2008 for $2.95 million and has been leased out in recent years.

Source: LA TIMES