Will Smith California Mansion Has 9 Bedroom Meditation Room Private Lake And Own Zip Code
March 4, 2012 by staff
Will Smith California Mansion Has 9 Bedroom Meditation Room Private Lake And Own Zip Code, Still the Fresh Prince for many, while for others a very dear character from the “Pursuit of Happiness”, and for others of a certain generation the lyrical mastermind behind the shake your hands from side to side masterpiece “Boom boom shake the room”. Will Smith lives in a refurbished castle in Calabasas, California.
Truly exclusivist and luxurious, this little castle is estimated at $20 million, and of course it comes with its own lake and huge sports arenas such as an ultra modern tennis court & basketball field. Together with his beautiful wife Jada-Pinkett Smith and their children, they enjoy all the luxuries money can buy in this fairytale castle, which by the way, has its own zip code!
A 123,000-acre ranch property in Montana, Actors Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have sold a home in Hawaii for $20 million—$6.5 million more than they paid for it two years ago, according to public records.
The 7-acre property is in Kauai’s Hanalei district. It has a single-story, plantation-style, 2,200-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom home with hardwood floors and solar heating that was built in 2006, according to the Multiple Listing Service. The property overlooks Secret Beach and has a swimming pool and a hot tub.
The property was not officially on the market when it sold, and the identity of the buyer could not be learned. The Smiths paid $13.5 million for it in December 2009, according to public records.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have sold a 7-acre property in Kauai’s Hanalei district for $20 million – $6.5 million more than they paid for it two years ago, according to public records. Candace Jackson has details on The News Hub.
Mr. Smith, who began his career as a rapper, has starred in numerous films, including “Independence Day” and “Ali,” and will star in the 2012 film “Men in Black III”. Mrs. Pinkett Smith appeared in films like “Menace II Society” and starred in the recently canceled TNT television series “Hawthorne.” Their two children together, Jaden and Willow, are also singers and actors. A representative for the Smiths declined to comment.
Roni Marley of Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers in Kauai represented both the buyer and the seller.
A 123,000-acre ranch property in Montana has listed for $132.5 million. The property was assembled by the late William and Desiree Moore, co-founders of Kelly-Moore Paints. Candace Jackson has details on The News Hub.
A 123,000-acre ranch property in Montana has listed for $132.5 million. The property was assembled by the late William and Desiree Moore, co-founders of Kelly-Moore Paints, and is now owned by their estate.
Known as the Broken O Ranch, it’s located about 35 miles northwest of Great Falls and has 20 miles of the Sun River running through it. Spanning three counties, the ranch includes about 4,500 cattle as well as the largest irrigated farm in the state, which produces grain and alfalfa hay. There’s also a 10,000-square-foot main house that overlooks the river and the Rocky Mountain Front and has an indoor swimming pool.
The Moores spent more than 20 years assembling the ranch. There’s trout fishing and hunting on the property, as well as about 25 houses for guest and staff. Mr. Moore died in 2004, and Mrs. Moore died in 2010.
Michael Swan of Bates Sanders Swan Land Company in Bozeman, Mont., has the listing.
Home of Late Producer Worth Goes on the Market
The Manhattan apartment of the late producer and writer Marvin Worth, who produced films like “Malcolm X” and “The Rose,” has listed for $1.7 million. Candace Jackson has details on The News Hub.
The Manhattan apartment of the late producer and writer Marvin Worth has listed for $1.7 million. Mr. Worth, who produced films like “Malcolm X” and “The Rose” and died in 1998, lived in Los Angeles but used the 1,400-square-foot two-bedroom cooperative apartment on visits to New York. Son Jody Worth, a writer and producer, says he and his siblings are selling because they no longer use the apartment enough to justify keeping it. “It was sort of a family heirloom,” he says.
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