For the very first time ever Bob and Dolores Hope’s Palm Spring home will be hitting the market this month at an even higher price than expected, $50 million. Back in November the 1973 John Lautner designed home was reportedly set to hit the market for $45 million, but surprisingly has went up by $5 million. This exclusively designed home resembles a volcano with a hole at its center revealing the sky, three arches and concrete roof.
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The John Lautner-designed home in Palm Springs owned by Bob and Dolores Hope has recently hit the real estate market with an impressive asking price of $45 million.
Architect John Lautner’s Schaffer Residence, named for the home’s original owners, in the Verdugo Hills is listed for $1.395 million. Built in 1949 and recently restored to its original natural redwood, the home is widely considered one of Lautner’s most elegant designs.
The originally built 1953 Bergren House rebuilt by John Lautner in the late fifties has recently been added to a portfolio of homes in Los Angeles now up for sale. In 2009, the house was last rented for $6,400 a month. Lautner’s home includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms that feature slate accents, breathtaking views, and concrete floors. The lovely home just north of Runyon has hit the market with an asking price of $1.495 million.
For some time now Malibu has showcased some of the most beautifully designed houses by John Lautner including the Segel House of the former Dodgers co-owner Jamie McCourt and Stevens House owned by Michael LaFetra. However, the latest John Lautner-designed home in Malibu for sale is the Garwood Residence, a luxury property that was built in the early 1970s.
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If you need more proof that the Palm Desert is everything all over again, just look at the fact that Louis Vuitton opted for to show its 2016 Cruise Collection at the steamy SoCal locale.
Laughter really is worth its weight in gold! Seth Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller Rogen, managed to raise almost $1 million in the name of comedy at their third annual Hilarity for Charity HFC Variety Show, presented by Genworth.
The consensus among VIPs invited to attend Omega’s soiree celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing was overwhelming: the party was out of this world.
It’s going to be the hottest ticket in town, but unless you’re a personal pal of James Goldstein, you’ll never get on the list at the newly opened Club James. Yes, the club is that VIP – but mostly because Goldstein wanted to have a place where he felt comfortable, so built his own club at home as part of his iconic Sheats-Goldstein residence in Beverly Hills.