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Former couple; She's most known as Monica on Friends, he's part of a large Hollywood family and has a few acting hits under his belt
5,500 square feet, 4 bedrooms (plus maids quarters), 5.5 bathrooms, swimming pool
According to reports, Courteney Cox and her ex-husband, David Arquette, have finally found a buyer for their under-the-radar Beverly Hills architectural estate.
Listed for $19.5M, the Real Estalker is reporting that the Mid-Century style home is in escrow for about $18 million bucks, and the rumored buyer is successful producer, songwriter and Grammy-winner, Dr. Luke. He’s also the same celebrity real estate aficionado that snapped up Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne‘s former Malibu beach house for $7.925M in 2012.
Timing is right for Courteney and David to make a deal on the estate they own together. Although they still amicably co-parent their 10-year-old daughter Coco together, the duo have been officially divorced since May 2013. Although the two remain “Friends,” Courteney just announced her engagement to Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid, and David has since moved on to girlfriend Christina Mclarty, with whom he has a young son named Charlie West.
After they separated, the estate spent two years unofficially on the market as a “pocket listing.” With no takers, the A. Quincy Jones-designed Beverly Hills estate hit the MLS in September 2013 for $19,500,000.
The Wallace Ridge estate is nestled in the uber-private and high-priced gated Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills. In June 2004, in their happily married days, Cox and Arquette purchased the trophy property for $5,450,000. They had the single-story home completely restored by renowned architect Cory Buckner in 2006.
The in-escrow estate is an approximately 5,500 square foot home on one level, with 4 bedrooms (plus maids rooms), 5.5 bathrooms, detached office and uniquely gorgeous circular swimming pool.
Jonah Wilson of Hilton & Hyland held the listing.
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Los Angeles, CA
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The lovable Ross on Friends
11,336 square feet, with 9 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and a sprawling backyard on a 44,540 square foot lot
The “Friends” crew sure has a collective sense of real estate unrest lately, and we can now add David Schwimmer to the list. He joins his former castmates in the real estate shuffle. His pal Matthew Perry put three Los Angeles homes on the market and Jennifer Aniston sold in Beverly Hills and is currently the talk of the New York real estate rumor mill.
Back in sunny California, Schwimmer is selling a $10,700,000 home in Hancock Park. First reported by the sleuthing Real Estalker, Schwimmer recently made some major life changes. A secret wedding in the summer of 2010, followed by the recent birth of his first baby. All this life change means only one thing to celebs – time to get a new house. His former bachelor pad measures in at 11,336 square feet, with 9 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and a sprawling backyard. Gated and private, the stunning Mediterranean-style home sits on a 44,540 square foot lot.
It has been beautifully restored, adapted and meticulously maintained. The main home features a wood paneled library, a den covered with a stone finish, a new state-of-the-art screening room, a formal dining room, 2 powder rooms, 5 fireplaces and a butler area. The backyard is accentuated by its grand resort-style pool area with exceptionally manicured grounds, complete with gorgeous mature landscaping, giant palm trees and a spa, a North/South tennis court and a pavilion.The detached guest house provides a modern loft experience that accommodates a bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen. The garage has 3 single parking spaces with additional parking on the private driveway. Completed in 1926 by the architectural firm of Koerner & Gage, this historical home was named the 1999 Design House.
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