This week in celebrity real estate, Mary Louise Parker puts her Greenwich Village duplex on the market for a third time and Tommy Lee Jones lists his 50-acre polo ranch in Palm Beach, Fla.
Tommy Lee Jones
Wellington, Fla.: $26.75 million
Oscar-winning actor Tommy Lee Jones has put his 50-acre polo ranch on the market for $26.75 million. The ranch is next door to the International Polo Club of Palm Beach and down the street from the location of the winter equestrian festival. The grounds are the real draw for this property, as they include a regulation-size polo field, miles of horse trails, and two barns with a total of 48 stalls.
Jones created the ranch -- an 11,000-square-foot home that includes four bedrooms and two baths -- by combining two parcels purchased in 2002 for $4.62 million.
The veteran actor may be giving up his Florida ranch but not the sport – he’s apparently selling because he spends more time playing polo on an estate in San Saba, Texas, and in California.
Joe Don Rooney
Brentwood, Tenn.: $1.68 million
Rascal Flats guitarist Joe Don Rooney's Brentwood, Tenn., home is a sprawling 7,900-square-foot mansion that comes with four bedrooms, six baths, a fully equipped home recording studio, an elevator and an in-house beauty salon.
The interior is all brown and cream with soaring ceilings and lots of dramatic curtains. Also dramatic is a two-story entryway with French doors, wrought iron railings and gleaming wood floors. The open living and dining room has a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. The closets in the master bedroom are a clothes lover’s dream.
Outside is a beautiful, formal pool with a waterfall.
Mary Louise Parker
Greenwich Village duplex: $6.99 million
Mary Louise Parker must be hoping the third time’s the charm – her 10-room Greenwich Village duplex has just hit the market for the third time in the past year. She’s now asking $6.99 million, down from her original asking price of $7.25 million a year ago.
The 3,000-square-foot co-op has five big bedrooms, 4.5 baths and four exposures in a popular pre-war building. The rooms are spacious and well-lit, with beamed ceilings, arched doors and 26 windows.
The living / dining area has a wood-burning fireplace. The eat-in kitchen is compact but comes with a Wolf range and Sub-Zero refrigerator. The children’s room has a whimsical wall mural and wacky puppet theater.
Encino, Calif.: $3.795 million
David Hasselhoff bought this Encino home back in 1996 for $1.98 million. Today he's asking $3.795 million for the colonial mansion about 30 miles northeast of Malibu.
The five bedroom, 5.5 bath home home is 8,900 square feet. There are two guest houses on the 1.5 acre property, which also includes a swimming pool and spa with a waterfall, a giant exercise room and a tennis court. This home has been on and off the market, and there is a pending offer in now.