Portia De Rossi And Ellen Show Home

October 5, 2011 by staff 

Portia De Rossi And Ellen Show HomePortia De Rossi And Ellen Show Home, The couple left their home in Architectural Digest, which appears to be in the market and 49 million The comedian and host, Ellen DeGeneres and her wife, actress Portia de Rossi, are sharing their home in the new November issue of Architectural Digest.

The couple, who appear on the cover, live in a 9.200 square foot one-story residence built by Buff & Hensman archtiects famous (who built houses of Steve McQueen and Frank Sinatra) and extended by the interior designer Melinda Ritz, a set of ex-decorator who won Emmy Awards for Will & Grace.

The residence was originally built for Oscar-nominated actor Laurence Harvey (Room at the Top), then inhabited by Joan Collins and Will & Grace co-creator Max Mutchnick. The couple fell in love with the house when they were invited to watch an episode of American Idol. “We had heard how beautiful it was. … We stopped at the entrance and only knew before we even walked through the door,” said De Rossi AD. Mutchnick sold it to them for 29 million in 2007.

Perhaps the time is a coincidence or maybe not, but the house officially entered the market in just a few days with a $ 49 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. The newspaper reported that the property was previously listed on the website of the corridor, Westside Estate Agency, with the price “available on request.”

But that 49 million list price may be a price shock. The brake compound reports that everything had a price in May and 60 million and that the main house, if sold alone, and was available in 49 million. “And now … the selling price in the whole damn thing and is only 49 million,” writes the website of Adrian Kudler Glick.

DeGeneres called several decorators and designers – including Tommy and Kathleen Clements Project LA Melrose store and Cliff Fong, the designer of the new ink Michael Voltaggio restaurant – to help personally select furniture, objects and art for the home . The two, who were married in the house in 2008, expanded the farm by adding two adjacent properties, to replace one with a pond. The property now comprises three acres and includes two guest houses and an additional three-bedroom house.

This is the seventh house the couple shared together, one for each year they have been together, according to DeGeneres. He also admits he has lost count of the exact number of homes that have owned in recent years.

Today, the couple also owns a property of 26 acres of riding in the community of Hidden Hills, north of Los Angeles. Who had been on the market recently, but according to the Los Angeles Times was removed from the Multiple Listing Service in mid-August. The Real Estalker, however, reports that the property, which includes eight cottages, is currently for sale and 16.5 million.

The November issue of Architectural Digest magazine will be available on sale October 11. Among the photos are pictures of the shoe shelves partner, complete “their respective shoes and stiletto heels,” says the magazine. Below is a photo of the porch with a century trestle table and wicker chairs 19.

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