Finally, something to sing about!
Songstress Sheryl Crow was singing a sad little tune after chopping $4,000,000 off the asking price of her prized compound in Los Angeles earlier this year. Now there’s a “sale pending” sign hanging out front!
After listing for the first time in 2012 and trying to sell her Hollywood Hills home for $15,950,000, Crow delisted the compound in December 2013, but it came back on the market in April 2014 with a more down-to-earth ask of $11,950,000. At that new, lower price, a buyer finally emerged!
Set behind private gates, Crow’s Spanish-style compound sits atop a hill and comprises 3 houses that total more than 10,000 square feet on 10+ acres. She purchased each home individually in and around 1998 and meticulously combined the properties over the next few years.
The main home is a remodeled and restored Spanish Revival with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a 2-story entryway, chef’s kitchen, library, wine cellar, and music room.
A second home is a Craftsman built in 1909 and has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, and overlooks the vistas of Hollywood.
The third home on the 10-acre property is a cottage that dates back to 1885, complete with an oak-floored kitchen, 3 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms.
The entire compound is tied together with canyon pathways, trails, a tepee, campsite, playground, palapas, and a resort-style infinity pool.
A true treasure in the heart of Hollywood!
Crow’s had a hard time in the real estate game in recent years. This home sat on the market for months, and her equestrian property in College Grove, TN, has also had a hard time finding a buyer, even after more than two years and nearly $2,000,000 in in price reductions. She just recently took that house off the market.
The rest of her portfolio includes two off-market properties. One is a $3,600,000 estate in Nashville, TN, and the other is a beachfront escape in Florida.
The listing agent for her Los Angeles estate is Myra Nourmand of Nourmand & Associates.